Couldn't sleep (again), so I just watched all the videos on the preceding page... killer videos, the lot. As a fan of the old Crusty Demons videos, I like metal soundtracks, but that classical music in the Porcupine Wilderness video was a good call. Those classical pieces really stand out on the road, LOL. Reminds me of a couple incidents which occurred back in trucking days... One night, while heading toward Chicago, intent upon making a delivery farther west, I ran up on a big ol' jam in Gary, IN... there was a wreck being cleared from the interstate, and the troopers were only letting so many vehicles past at a time. I wound up in a staggered formation of a dozen or more trucks, all heading west on the highway through downtown Chicago. Some old boy in the lead hammered on it, and next thing ya know, we were all doing about 70 through town... no way any trooper could stop all of us, aye? I had my CB on, but I was also listening to "A Night On Bald Mountain" by Mussorgsky, and that piece was so radical, it fit the wild ride PERFECTLY, LOL. I had to crank it as loud as it would go, because it was the best possible choice for that wild & crazy ride through Chi-Town at zero-dark-freakin'-thirty. To this day, I can recall that ride, especially through the turns downtown, where we all flew through the curves like rocket sleds on rails, LOL. Talk about some tight formation flying, the Blue Angels had nothing on us: a bunch of experienced truck drivers who just wanted to get through that burg as fast as possible, before the inevitable morning clusterf#% began. We were full-on ULFOs: Unidentified Low-Flying Objects, LOL. That was a crazy ride, and the radical music by Mussorgsky was right on the money. Another time, I had just loaded my wagon at a lumber & paper mill in southern Alabama, and I was rolling north through the piney woods on a beautiful spring morning. Nobody else around, just primo scenery on a narrow little two-laned blacktop highway, so I slipped a cassette into the stereo (dating myself here with the tape reference). The cassette tape happened to start with the "William Tell Overture"---composed by Rossini, it's the same piece used as the soundtrack to the old "Lone Ranger" TV series, or the introduction to each installment. The road wound through the woods in a really cool way, with minor changes in elevation and fresh scenery around every curve. The morning sun was streaming through the trees, and the view out my windshield looked like a constantly-changing postcard, it was so beautiful... nothing but wilderness, you understand, not a single man-made object in sight, other than the road itself. Once the music began, it fit the whole scene PERFECTLY, there wasn't another score written by man that could have improved the ride. That was a memorable moment in trucking, just cruising through the piney woods on a bee-yoo-ti-ful morning, the scenery incredible and the music spot on, LOL. And who among older site members can possibly forget the soundtrack to "The Lone Ranger" TV series??? "HEIGH-HO, SILVER!!!" LOL. Okay, time for a snack, then I'm off to catch some shut-eye... y'all be good to one another.