Agreed. I'm always learning new songs and like to bring them into the group, and I like it when others bring stuff they're excited about in because it expands my world. A static setlist wouldn't work for me, nor would a group that's not interested in accommodating everyone's ideas. But a) I do this purely for fun and b) I live in a big area with lots of people/bands looking for bass players. If I were full time pro musician and the band paid me as an employee, I'd play the hell out of whatever they wanted. Or if I lived in an area where there weren't a lot of working band/group options, then maybe... Also, it's true that in general Rush covers aren't big crowd pleasers (this coming from a huge Rush nerd), but I like groups that will take a suggestion and at least try to play it to see how it sounds. Especially a fairly easy and mid-tempo tune like Working Man (although most singers I know will cringe at Rush tunes).