I don't know which I found more rewarding: the inside dish on SA or the humanizing details of Clayton's life. Of course, it's always a blessing to have someone to nurse your psychiatric ups/downs when starting a new enterprise. And, for those of us who have endured our children's existential confrontations, well, it provides another level of "bonding." Admittedly, I'm not saddened to hear Clayton indicate that the M3 is about as far as he can go with this platform until driver technology advances. Hooray for us! Listening to Miles D., just sitting and marinating in dopamine. It's funny how I almost want those of us who have discovered SA to be part of the "elect." You know, we hold a secret.... But, in truth, I'd rather see Clayton rewarded for his efforts. I've said it before, these speaks are a gift.