ConstuKction of Light is really good, but The Power To Believe really pulls together the "new" KC with the "old". INCOTKC doesn't really stand up overall, outside of the obvious songs. There's things on In The Wake Of Poseidon that I like better. I don't have Lizards, and Islands is a very quirky album that I found myself liking and curious about. The fact that it was only 8 months between Islands and Lark's Tongue in Aspic speaks volumes about how fluid King Crimson can be. I think it was on the latter where Fripp finally decided to come out front and really take control.