Manny, I listened to the Monette video last night. I loved the clips with you and Dave Bamonte! There was a lot of sizzle coming through my speakers with the resultants that you were both producing. It was very reminiscent of your demonstration of resultants with Mike Thompson in Denver on Pictures, Beethoven 5, and Firebird. It has been my experience that I will ring resultants of different magnitudes based on the person that I am playing with. When I sit beside someone that is more resonant than I am, the resultants ring out even stronger, while working with student players, resultants very often are faint if even apparent. With two players that have maximum vibrancy and resonance in their sounds, playing on similar equipment, with perfect intonation and the appropriate balance, the resultants can be almost too penetrating for some listeners (you and Mike made quite an impression on me in Denver). Do you hear the resultants equally well when you are playing the top part? Or do you find if you switch parts, the resultants sound louder to you when you play the bottom part? My instructor had a chance to play the Prana 3 (Wyntonâ€™s Bb) when Dave came to Arizona in January. He told me that it was the most amazing Bb trumpet he had ever experienced! How do you like the Prana 3 in C? I wish I could have heard those video clips live (the recorder just didnâ€™t do you and Dave justice)! You do good work!