My only problem with this thread is that I wish I could have participated in it in real time. Oh well. I probably listen to 71'-74, '77, '85, and '89-'90 the most, but really am a fan of all eras, except the Vince era. There are some strong '90 and '91 shows with Hornsby, but I find myself listening to them less and less over the years - too much clutter in the mix with two keyboard players, and I find Vince's vocals grating. These days I mostly listen to the official releases, as they generally sound fantastic and I don't have as much time or energy as I once did to seek things out on my own (and plus have tons of other music that I want to listen to as well), so nice to have Lemieux curating the stuff. I'm usually happy with his choices. I started buying the studio albums and collecting tapes in '85, going to shows in '87, so I'm familiar with a lot of the shows from '85 on and a lot of the well-known classics from the '60s and '70s, but there are a lot of good ones from '79-84 (especially through '82) that I've yet to get to know, and I've been dipping into those waters a bit on archive.org lately. Manor Downs '82 was a hot one I recently discovered (Manor Downs '81 is excellent, too, but had it on cassette back in the day). Also went back and listened to 9/19/70 for the first time in probably 20 years a few days ago (just the partial show matrix, not the aud) - highly recommend that one.