My top-10 moments from the Ashes
I have to admit it has been a pleasure being a Pom in Sydney right now.
But not this time. Every Australian who I have spoken to over the past 24 hours has immediately congratulated me on the success of Andrew Strauss and the team before launching into a diatribe about the failures of the Aussie side.
The papers on Saturday morning were full of pictures of glum-looking Australian players and headlines about the need for big changes from top to bottom. Usually it is English cricket in crisis at the end of a tour.
But we shouldn't enjoy ourselves too much. On the front page of the Sydney Morning Herald there is a "cut out and keep guide" entitled "What to do with a gloating Pom".
It says: "Some day soon an English cricket fan is going to nudge you in the ribs and say 'not so barmy now, eh?'. It's going to be unbearable. They're going to be unbearable." The paper then offers a five-point plan for dealing with the problem, like "mention the weather, remind your gloating Pom how much they hate where the live" and "mention the Empire. Empire. What Empire ? Oh That's Right. At least its only our batting that's collapsed not our banks".
One person who will not fall into the trap of gloating is England's highly impressive coach Andy Flower. He is a man who, when it comes to triumph or disaster, treats both just the same.
After the defeat at Perth he didn't panic, just exuded calmness. And at the news conference before England boarded the bus to Canberra ahead of their warm-up one-day game, he was again calm and measured.
The two Andrews who masterminded England's victory share their moment of victory
Flower told me the victory had just about sunk in but it was difficult because the tour moves on so quickly. Did he have a sore head after celebrations last night. "Not me," he said.
But Flower did explain how special Friday's celebrations were. "The families came into the changing rooms which is always really nice and then we went into the Australian team room to have a chat with them," he said.
"The Tests may be hard-fought but it's just sport and its great to be able to just have a chat with them about cricket and life."
Flower then told me how the team all went out and sat on the field. He said: "We had time out in the middle at the SCG, had a drink together. The players wanted to be there as it had been the battleground and they had come out as victors.
"We shared a lot of laughter and there were some very emotional moments as well. These are memories that will remain with us for the rest of our lives."
Flower admitted he was unaware of the reaction the series had created in the UK, but was happy if people had been inspired.
"It should create something because the Ashes is very special with a great history," he said. "If it has ignited interest and imagination in supporters young and old then I think that is magnificent."
Well, I know from all the e-mails, tweets and texts that you have kindly sent into the programme that this Ashes has certainly been special for you - and it certainly has been for us.
Finally, as always at the end of the series, people provide their lists of where the Ashes were won and lost or who were the top performers.
Well, as an alternative, I would like to provide my TMS top-10 moments of the Ashes 2010/11, some relate to events on air while others from things that took place in the background or on our travels around Australia.
Feel free to add your own below or disagree with mine...
1. Two hours after the Melbourne victory, Jonathan Trott wheels a pram onto the middle of the ground so that he can show his baby daughter and wife Abi just where he scored another Ashes century.
2) The announcement from the pilot as we prepared to take off from Adelaide airport on the way to Melbourne. "We apologise for the late departure of this flight...this has been caused by an agitated cheetah in the hold." I don't know about you but I'm getting sick of agitated cheetahs causing delays.
3) Aggers interviewing Ashley Kerekes aka @theashes. The 22-year-old American children's nanny who landed a trip to Australia just because of the Twitter name. Half-way through the chat with Jonathan she casually mentioned: "Its been great. A guy called Steve Waugh has been teaching me about the rules of cricket. He's really nice. And this morning I interviewed the Prime Minister."
4) Vic Marks being forced to show his pink pants live on air to Aggers to prove that he was supporting the "Jane Mcgrath Day" at the SCG.
5) Justin Langer, the Aussie batting coach who has also been working with us this series, fronting up and offering an honest assessment when his team were bowled out for 98 at the MCG.
6) Stuart Broad, who joined the TMS team at Perth, giving me a smile of relief after just about surviving a barrage of banter from Sir Geoffrey Boycott after the defeat at the WACA.
7) Injured Aussie bowler Nathan Bracken appearing on TMS partly because Aggers has a dog named after him. "My wife says the dog looks exactly like me, is probably better behaved and a nicer thing to be around," said Nathan.
8) Michael Slater celebrating his bird winning the Channel 9 pigeon race before launching into a series of "12th man" impressions. "It's 222 for 2" as Richie might say. On this "telecast" as if it was Tony Grieg.
9) The wonderful interview with Arthur Morris conducted by Tom Fordyce. Amazing stories of Bradman and a fantastic chuckle.
10) The "sprinkler" dance performed by Aggers. Although my favourite bit was when Geoff Boycott criticised Aggers' dancing technique. "Is that it? It just looked like a bit of wiggling about."
So the Ashes is over...but the tour most certainly is not and we have plenty more coverage coming up.
We'll have commentary on the whole of the limited overs series with Simon Mann and Michael Vaughan joining the ABC Radio team as we share coverage of the matches.
It starts with the first Twenty20 at Adelaide on Wednesday - our coverage under way at 0815 GMT on Five Live Sports Extra and then Sports Extra and Radio Four longwave listeners will have commentary on the seven-match ODI series starting at the MCG on the 16 January.
So after your through the night Ashes marathons, you've just got a few more days and you will have to be awake early again!