When the website first came out and the On This Day feature started, I was on board. I said that it is a palette cleanser. And it has done a fantastic job of resetting my thinking. Now granted, I am not as obsessive a fan as many on this board. I discovered Jimmy with Led Zeppelin 4 and went backwards and then continued to follow the band. So frankly, in my mind, Jimmy has been "1/4 of Led Zeppelin, who also did some other things." My palette has been cleansed. And my appreciation of zeppelin is more nuanced. Kashmir and SIBLY and WLL and the lot of it are not as isolated in my thinking as they once were. Now I think of those tunes as being the same guy that played "Downtown" and maryann Faithfull and the rest. On some level my appreciation for the choices Jimmy made in Zeppelin were enhanced by seeing the larger picture--more than the decade of Zeppelin. And the website has done that job well. And I also hold out hope that much of this is a purposeful angering and alienation of the OCD Zep-obsessed crowd. If there was ever a bunch whose expectations needed a little kick in the teeth, that is the proper lot. When that crowd starts rumbling with the "clearly he just can't bring it anymore" and "he's all done".....well.....we'll see. I will never believe that Jimmy Page is going to let those whining nabobs call his bluff if he is holding no cards. It seems calculated and well....funny to me. I hope I am right.