Howzabout this for a rule? If you want to sing a song, I will learn it. (that's already been my rule, for four years) If I want to sing a song, you will learn it. There will be no discussion, or opinions given. We will work up whatever songs anyone wants to sing, and only after mastering them will we decide whether they make the set list, SHOW BY SHOW. And if you're the drummer, and you DON'T SING, you will make LISTS of songs you want to perform, and you will have to recruit one of the three singers for the songs, and if NO ONE can sing the song well, then the song will be forgotten about. I don't care if we get five hundred songs worked up. It gives us more versatility, and it helps us to jam. Nobody should ever sing anything they can't do justice to, and everyone should get a chance to at least have a shot at doing a vocal that means something to them. I have always had the rule that I will play anything I am asked to play, but I have never felt good about singing something just to please someone else. What do you think about that? And yes, this does mean I will never sing "Slither" again, and that we will have way too many Aerosmith songs.