I'm sure this is going to make Nino, JT, and many others sob like little girls, but I sold my entire Rush collection to SecondSpin (except for Different Stages, which I gave to my brother). I got $38 for 11 albums, which isn't a bad haul considering that the jewel cases for a bunch of them were in pretty bad shape. I can't say that I really detest anything about Rush except the vocals and lyrics; even Peart's unbelievably overdone drumming is both technically impressive and (at times) very musical. It's just that listening to Rush just brings back too many bad adolescent memories of sitting in my room and wondering why the world hated me. Now, I'm profiting from divesting myself of teenage angst! Yay capitalism! I'm not really interested in playing like Geddy either--he got me into playing but then I got into guys like Tony Levin and Anthony Jackson, who I consider equally virtuosic but much more nuanced players--so I'm not going to miss having Rush stuff around to practice.