I just got the new Yes album (The Ladder)and it freakin' rules! Am I the only 28 year old geek that still keeps up with this band? I continued listening to them after 90125 (Owner of a Lonely Heart)- through Big Generator, Union, Talk, the two non Trevor Rabin albums and I even went back and started collecting all the old stuff. These guys are some of the most incredible musicians of the century, and even though the media has basically forgotten them, I think they're still relevant. They've influenced many other artists as well. One of the main complaints I hear is that it's not the original members anymore, but people forget that Yes has about 10 memebers that have been in and out from the beginnning (with maybe the exception of youngster Trevor Rabin). One of the things that makes this band so interesting is to hear how the members collaborate with different line-ups, and being able to watch their music evolve through the years. I have a feeling I'm going to be on my own here.