What, no Night Ranger? As for me, I tend toward the Prog Rock side of things, so I'm a big fan of early Genesis, Marillion (while Fish was still the lead singer), some Yes, some Pink Floyd, and some ELP. However, I do recognize that prog rockers have the tendency to be incredibly self-indulgent and arrogant. I love the Stones and The Who. For some reason, though I respect their musical talent, I've never been a big Led Zeppelin fan. I really respect the Beatles as musicians and for what they did for rock, but, for me, they've always just been sort of there, but not a band I listen to over and over again. I've also always been a big Billy Joel fan, which I think just shows I have pretty eclectic tastes. I also like REM (although not as much since Bill Barry left), U2 (when they're not being incredibly full of themselves - when exactly is that, you might ask ), Blues Traveler, Toad the Wet Sprocket, and Dave Matthews (who seems incredibly devisive). I've never been a big Bruce Springsteen fan, although I think The Rising is a terrific album. I think this has to do with the fact that whenever you mention him to anyone from New Jersey, they instantly fall to their knees, look up toward the heavens, and proclaim his greatness.