Oh sorry forgot to tune my crystal ball in this morning..
I'll clear it with you next time ..
Calm down dear.
No need for a crystal ball, just the search function ;-)
I'll give you a Synopsis.
To avoid all risk, change the cam belt, tensioner, idler and water pump every 36k or 3 years.
A more realistic approach is taking into account that a great deal of the early failures were plastic tensioner related, no longer an issue. Other factors are a worn idler - not likely after 3 years or 36k or water pump bearing failure. The water pump on the Twinspark is actually a resilient piece of kit and will most likely, last up to , if not well past the original 72k stated.
Other factors to consider include temperatures, and how long the belt "sits" in one position while the car is not used, as well as the quality of the job in the first place.
All these things (and more besides) mean that is simply is not an exact science. I know of belts that failed very early and belts that have run and run. I know of belts breaking, stripping teeth and wearing to nothing. There is also the failures caused by the balance belt when the cam belt run would have been fine.
A list will be just that, a list. it wont tell us anything we don't already know.
But hey, it's not my party, if you want a list, make a list