I wouldn't call it experimental. I don't think they're out there experimenting in front of an audience and subjecting the audience to their testing out of ideas -- vs., say, the Miles Plugged Nickel recordings, were the band was actually experimenting or testing out some kind of idea to play not-jazz or something (without Miles knowing about it). I think they're playing a set, and they're flowing through the pieces in this profound dialog between one another in a spirit of group improvisation and in a lot of ways it builds on what Shorter and the Miles band did at the Plugged Nickel half a decade or so before and even what the Miles band was doing in '69 just before Shorter left. But I dunno, maybe they thought they were experimenting and finding their way. I think it sounds more self-assured than that. I find it very exciting, that intense dialog between the musicians.