England player ratings v Sri Lanka
The enduring image of England's 1-0 Test series victory over Sri Lanka will probably be rain hammering down on covered pitches, while handfuls of spectators huddle under brollies in the stands.
But despite losing 26 hours hours of play to bad weather, there were some superb individual performances - although one or two England players need to raise their game for the series against number one ranked India, which starts next month.
Here, former England spinner and Test Match Special summariser Phil Tufnell rates the players' performances, but do you agree with his marks out of 10?
Andrew Strauss (runs: 27, average: 6.75) - 4
He will be disappointed with his lack of runs. He led the troops well, and got another Test series win under his belt but he does need to work on his batting against those left-arm seamers.
Alastair Cook (runs: 390, average: 97.50) - 8.5
What can you say about a guy who has scored at least 50 in his last six Test innings? It doesn't get much better than that. He carried on from his fantastic form from the winter and averaged almost 100.
Jonathan Trott (runs: 267, average: 66.75) - 8
Another good series for England's Mr Dependable, including that superb double-century in Cardiff.
Kevin Pietersen (runs: 162, average: 40.50) - 7
He was looking to get back to his fluent best and after a scratchy start he looked a class act at the Rose Bowl. That knock will have done him the world of good.
Ian Bell (runs: 331, average: 331.00) - 9.75
I'm loathe to give a 10, but it's tricky when a guy averages 331. He looked completely at home with himself, has always been easy on the eye, has poise, grace, lovely touch and a range of shots. He is now coming out and doing it when it matters and got a couple of great hundreds.
Eoin Morgan (runs: 168, average: 56.00) - 7.5
He has come in and looked very at home in Test match cricket. A lot of people said he was just a one-day player but I think he has looked completely at home. He looks to come in at six and give the innings momentum and he manipulates the field when the spinners are on.
Matt Prior (runs: 130, average: 43.33) - 7
He got a very good hundred at Lord's and had a good series behind the stumps. I would have given him 7.5 if he hadn't broken that window.
Stuart Broad (wickets: 8, bowling average: 48.75) - 5
It was a disappointing series for Broady but I think he deserves to keep his place. He is very much part of this England side and gets some useful runs down the order. He just needs to get that confidence back with the ball and that comes from getting wickets.
Graeme Swann (wickets:12, bowling average: 23.58) - 7.5
The conditions have been awkward for the spin bowler with all the rain. It has been off and on the whole way through. He hasn't had four or five nice dry days where he can really wrap his fingers round it and get some purchase. It has been difficult but he is one of England's main men.
Chris Tremlett (wickets: 15, bowling average 23.4) - 9
He has really come in and cemented his place in the side and he looks like taking a wicket with every ball he bowls. A real big plus for England, carrying on his good form from Australia.
James Anderson (wickets: 7, bowling average: 29) - 7.5
Showed why he is leader of the attack with some important wickets at crucial times. Missed out at Lord's with an injury.
Steven Finn (wickets: 4, bowling average: 34.75) - 6.5
He came in at Lord's and did a job and it shows the great depth of bowling talent that we have at the moment when you have a guy like Finn available when someone gets injured.
Phil Tufnell was talking to BBC Sport's Sam Sheringham