svoynick - your translation is spot on.
Operations will always want to know everything - usually because the media will be knocking at the front door before the aircraft has even landed.
Doesn't mean the crew will give them the answers though... that comes when they've got the spare time.
Yeah - it's been touched on in other threads, like with an engine out after takeoff...
(like here: http://www.liveatc.net/forums/atcaviation-audio-clips/ei-120-engine-failure-at-kmco/
I have great respect listening to pilots who, once they declare the emergency, and ATC is asking for information and (helpfully) suggesting vectors, etc... just kinda say (effectively) "you know, we don't want to rush into anything, we just need to fly it for a few minutes out here, get our aircraft and cockpit in order, and well let you know what we need next..." It's cool to hear situations handled like that.
Fly the plane. Fly the plane. Fly the plane.
And Eric - just to reiterate, it's a great clip and nice work. I even liked that you left in the multiple fuel dump calls, because it taught me that the controller stays on top of that and issues periodic "Attention all aircraft" calls to warn other traffic that it's going on. Imagine flying through that hydrocarbon rain!