Two great posts that show why such a topic like music education is to complicated to just suppose that if you teach well they will learn well. The student/player must want to learn in the first place, they must want to get better, not just think if the do this or do that, if they study here or with him then they become better. People who actively seek out education for the right reasons always get results, as in those that attend such schools as PSoM, Berkley, RCM etc understand it is getting skills to last a lifetime and the results of which might not show themselves immediately. The great thing about groove videos, tab etc., is the cater for that instant gratification, you get results in an area fast. That is not a bad thing but it is not music. I have spoken with Jeff on such things in the past( before he fell out with me) about this culture (and it is not a bad thing) but it does not affect those that are in music for music( Jeff disagrees). fountain boy, you never said why you choose the PSoM or what you expected to happen to you by going? sedgwick1489 nice clip, nice playing.