And of course we'd be having this argument, because you like those kinds of bands more than I do, and I like stuff that's a little more "out there" than you do (not trying to be condescending, but you know what I mean). And those types of bands that have a stronger appeal to you are getting more spots on the lineup at the expense of the type of bands that appeal to me. That's what I mean by balance. Yes there's variety, of course. But there's not as many bands like, say from years past, Liars, Animal Collective, Throbbing Gristle, My Bloody Valentine, Public Image Ltd, Lightning Bolt, etc. I feel like the slightly more abrasive, forward thinking bands with limited appeal are starting to get cut out of the picture in order to make room for more bands that are just y'know "nice." And there's also just a whole lot of repeats and old shoe acts. Booking someone like the Black Lips is so extremely lazy when there's a hundred bands in SF making a similar kind of racket who haven't oversaturated the festival market. I think that's kind of the point too. Oversaturation. We're getting the familiar and the established far more than the new and the untested, and that takes some of the fun out of it.