Thanks for the awesome feedback Jay, I’m loving the personalized video response! I’ve bought into Jay’s purpose behind the site – to help with and maintain a regular practice routine. You can take lessons with the greats and buy the top 10 books as voted by Modern Drummer magazine, but that in itself won’t make you a great player. The deciding factor has to be the time you put in away from the public – in the practice room. And to follow that up, the practice has to be focused to develop the skills you need/want in your playing. All too often I have put the time in, but only practiced that things I already knew how to play, or in some cases practiced the wrong things, like reinforcing bad technique.