What was the best Premier League match of the past 20 seasons?
Try to pick the best match of the Barclays Premier League's 20 seasons and supporters will arrive at hundreds of different conclusions.
Different games mean different things. Was it a match full of goals? Was it a match that saved your team from relegation? Or was it a match that won your team a title?
All purely subjective and all designed to provoke debate from now until the time the Premier League celebrates its 40th anniversary but all part of what has made England's top tier such a compelling product.
In the nominated list, it is inevitable that Manchester United and Arsenal feature heavily - although some may find it surprising that three of the games that feature Arsene Wenger's side include three 4-4 draws and an 8-2 defeat at Manchester United.
Having been present at six of those 10 games, it may well that the first remains the most memorable in Premier League history simply because of the fluctuating fortunes and dramatic finale of Liverpool's 4-3 win over Kevin Keegan's Newcastle United at Anfield in April 1996.
Sir Alex Ferguson's attacking philosophy is reflected in that result - but not so flatteringly in the 6-1 thrashing at home to Manchester City this season.
Another Anfield game also sticks in the memory for another reason - the balmy April night in April 2009 when Arsenal drew 4-4 courtesy of more or less their only attempts on target in the game, all from the same player. Andrey Arshavin.
Manchester United's 4-3 win against Manchester City, with a winner scored by Michael Owen deep into what the visiting fans labelled "Fergie Time" was another match that was an illustration of everything good that the Premier League has to offer.
Portsmouth fans, in their current slump, can warm themselves with memories of a 7-4 win against Reading in September 2007.
Another classic match which makes the nominated list was the thrilling 4-4 draw between north London rivals Arsenal and Tottenham at Emirates Stadium three seasons ago. What a game that was!
One game that has not made the list but will always be remember here was Wigan Athletic's 3-2 win over West Ham United last season. This was the game that had just about everything - then a little more besides after the final whistle.
Demba Ba put West Ham two goals up at half-time to give them hope of survival and leave Wigan on the brink of relegation and many of their fans close to tears.
After a swing in fortunes saw Wigan draw level - a result that had West Ham now relegated - a plane suddenly circled the DW Stadium trailing the banner "Avram Grant: Millwall Legend" in an expensive stunt from the East End rivals.
Football's version of a circus ensued as both teams tried to get the winning goal they needed, eventually scored seconds before the end by Wigan's Charles N'Zogbia. The contrast in emotions around the stadium was a prime example of Premier League theatre.
And as everyone tried to get to grips with this drama, a West Ham official popped his head around the press room draw to announce Grant has been sacked. All Premier League life was there.
As stated - canvass supporters and you will get hundreds of different answers so there is the platform for your personal memories.
Let me know your favourite Premier League game - and why.
And you can vote for your favourite match from the nominated list between now and Monday 30 April at www.premierleague.com