Hey Justin. Thanks so much for all your responses and support (and of course, your music). I've been lurking this forum for a while and so much of what you've written has been helpful to me and others. I'm more a studio-oriented guy so I was wondering if you could tell me a little about what you may have learned working with Nigel Godrich. Things that are both psychological/emotional and technical, I guess. How quickly or slowly he works, how he treats the bands/artist - how that's influenced you - and maybe, philosophically, the way you both utilize effects and processing in the mix. And the way you both seem to create a vibrant, teeming world for whoever you're working with. Also, if you picked up any tips on the arrangement and tracking/mixing stages. I've noticed he's got some quirks - like certain particular drum set-ups and he also seems to cut up bits and pieces and heavily effect them in the back of the song. If you've got any insight into that process or anything similar, I'd love to hear about it. The reason I ask about all this stuff is because it seems like not much information gets out about sessions Nigel's done. And I suppose by now it's clear that he doesn't like to get into the technical stuff (publicly, at least). If these things are kept private for a reason, no big deal. Just thought I'd ask while I had the opportunity. I'm a total geek for sonic excellence on recordings. You know how it goes. Thanks so much for all that you've created and helped create. A major influence on me, no doubt.