Abstract: The pseudo-arc is the generic compact connected subset of the plane (or the Hilbert cube). By a fundamental result of Bing, it is homogeneous as a topological space. By work of Irwin and myself, the pseudo-arc is represented as a quotient of a dual Fraisse limit, which allows for a discretization of a continuous situation. (The limit is automatically "dually" homogeneous, but not "directly" homogeneous, so Bing's result does not follow.) In this joint work with Tsankov, we determine partial "direct" homogeneity of the limit, which involves combinatorial and basic "dual" model theoretic arguments (e.g., a notion of dual type). Further, we prove a transfer theorem, through which we recover Bing's result from our partial homogeneity. Time permitting, I will make comments on the possible generality of the method.