Todd, Hey, thanks for spending so much time helping all of us play. I love your comping style and I model a lot of my playing on what you are doing. I have two questions. The first one is fairly simple while the second is not so simple. When you work out your voicings for chords, do you model yourself more after piano players or guitar players? Currently, I play more like a pianist in that I use a lot of 3, 7, 9, maybe a 5 etc. quartal style voicings. My second question is about improvisation. I know my fingerboard pretty well, I know my theory, my ears seem to be pretty strong, my technique is not perfect, but it gets the bebop stuff well enough (always room to improve, you know how it goes), I can play scalar patterns all day. But, for some reason, I still struggle with seperating my mind from my ear. How did you get yourself to start playing artistically, as opposed to just technically and mathmatically correct? Sorry for the weird question. Thanks!