Thanks for hosting mckindog. It is. This top 10 and the order was not representative. 1) Excellent: the non-chronological order of the songs. I hope this will be done more often in other games. 2) I am very concerned about the way songs were eliminated. The impact was to be seen the most when the songs entered into the top ten. This is not just about the number one song right? We'd love to see what is in the top 10, however low the ranking within the top 10 is. It's still a "place of honour", going down in history. When we had 11 songs left, people had to choose their 6 favourites (a very arbitrary number: why not 7, 8, 9 or 10? 10 would have been best if we want to know which 10 songs were the most popular). The one with the least votes fell off. But that did not mean that people liked that song the least (that people had it as their number 11 song from the 11 that were left)! It just wasn't among their favourite 6. Summary: This format (or choice within the format) does not give songs that might have a low top 10 popularity (rank 7, 8, 9 or 10) a good chance to reach the top 10. 3) Unfortunately, due to tactical voting -probably enforced by (choice within) the format- the order in the top 10 was not representative. E.g. Stargazer would have been higher if we'd vote for the least favourite song(s). How to address 2 and/or 3? A possible solution: give people more votes. Voting for all but one songs would be the most representative way. Perhaps that method has a disadvantage but at least it sounds more honest. 4) It was a shame such a small number of people played. Dio is a very popular singer out here.