I just emailed Damon to let him know that I'm sending a couple of new submissions (rough mixes from the Harry Pickens trio) to the Sampler page, and will be happy to snail-mail out some hard copies as well (if anybody wants a hard copy, please let me know here or PM me with current snail-mail address). I'm looking to get some good clean unabashed constructive criticism on these pages, and I look forward to those types of revelations that seemingly only a fresh set of more objective ears can bring to light. In the meantime, I've noticed that the traffic - or at least the critical commentary - in the forum has been light as yet, and am wondering if people are hesitant to post their thoughts online, or are afraid of putting critical foot in mouth, or...? In short, do we need to collectively establish a set of ground rules for the critiques in this forum, or is the relative lack of feedback just folks feeling busy or bashful? Thoughts? Insights? Comments? I'd love to see this thing take off and be an integral (and possibly central) part of the TB/DB experience. Is there something lacking, or am I just impatient?