Abstract: This talk is a short review of our recent work:
Hajicek P and Tolar J Found. Phys. 39 (2009) 411
Hajicek P Found. Phys. 39 (2009) 1072
Hajicek P Found. Phys. 41 (2011) 640
Hajicek P and Tolar J Acta Phys. Slovaca 60 (2010) 613-716
Hajicek P, talk at DICE2010, arXiv:1011.1732

Quantum mechanics is reformulated so that its correct results remain intact and four puzzles afflicting it disappear. The puzzles are 1) realist interpretation, 2) origin of classical properties, 3) disturbance of measurement by identical particles and 4) quantum measurement. For example, the usual applications of standard quantum mechanics to measurement are incorrect because they neglect the disturbance by identical particles, which follows from the same quantum mechanics. A correct approach shows that the measurement process differs from all other quantum processes and that standard quantum mechanics is ambiguous for it so that new rules on measurement can be added. Such rules are analogous to, but different from, and better understood than, the collapse of wave function.