This is for both Steve and Michael (though I notice Michael hasn't posting here too much recently). I've just got back from a solo gig at an art gallery (which is a weird situation in which to play...), and I sat the whole time. I haven't done many gigs, and only a few were solo bass, but I'm really taking to sitting down, especially in the gallery. My job there is to be atmosphere, so I'm not supposed to be a show. I know you guys are the show when you play, so I was just wondering whether you sit or stand. Is it important to you to be visually entertaining (be 'energetic' on stage), or do you just focus on making music? I feel like the energy is about the music (or, in the case of Floyd or Tool, visuals certainly have their place, but it's not about swishing one's hair about), and, so it really doesn't matter if you're standing up, jumping around, or sitting, but I see a lot of people getting upset by a "boring show" - one in which the band didn't jump around and so forth (I'm getting off track here, as I'm almost positive you don't jump around, and neither do I). I've heard of some players only playing sitting (Anthony Jackson). What are your thoughts?