Who scored the best goal in Premier League history?
The wall-to-wall coverage of 20 seasons of the Barclays Premier League ensures that barely a goal - or indeed barely an incident - has not been preserved for posterity and to be pored over at leisure.
Every fan of every team will have their personal favourites, its memory framed by the context in which it was scored as a match-winner, match-saver or quite simply a piece of spectacular skill that will endure forever.
Southampton's Matt Le Tissier was a rare Premier League breed - the one club man. And how he served that club with languid brilliance and the ability to conjure magic in an instant.
The list of those vying for the Premier League's greatest goal in the public vote reels off the names of the superstars who have produced these moments - but choosing the winner is once again a hazardous occupation.
Of those on the list I witnessed in the flesh, the explosive Tony Yeboah's thunderous goal for Leeds United against Liverpool at Elland Road in August 1995 - a strike that tested the frame of the goal to its fullest - was probably the most memorable.
Not far behind is Wayne Rooney's overhead kick that gave Manchester United victory against Manchester City at Old Trafford in February last year.
It came after 78 minutes. Nani's speculative right-wing cross brushed off Pablo Zabaleta to wrong-foot Vincent Kompany. He stumbled and, with Micah Richards in position to head clear, Rooney took off - literally.
He readjusted his position to meet a cross that was high and slightly behind him before a triumph of touch, technique and athleticism allowed him to send a right-foot bicycle kick high beyond Joe Hart.
West Ham fans will recall the splendour of Paolo di Canio's similarly athletic strike against Wimbledon, while the same opponents suffered from David Beckham's memorable strike from the halfway line at Selhurst Park.
Of course the names of Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp and Alan Shearer feature - as they should after the manner in which they decorated the Premier League. The arrogance and showmanship of Eric Cantona's goal - and celebration - against Sunderland at Old Trafford deserves inclusion, as befits his status as one of the great stars of 20 years of the Premier League.
One goal I witnessed and instantly knew that to be there was to be in at the start of something special was seeing the 16-year-old Rooney score his first Premier League goal for Everton against Arsenal in October 2002, a high curling, curving 30-yarder beyond David Seaman that announced the arrival of a supreme talent.
Once again selection will be a combination of the subjective, the partisan and the downright biased. No matter. The chosen one will be a worthy monument to the magic of the Premier League.
Every goal will evoke a different memory so this is your platform for discussion. Tell me what was your favourite Premier League goal - and why.
And you can vote for your favourite goal from the nominated list between now and Monday 30 April at 20 Seasons of the Premier League.