Right then gang - it's day three at the Masters and may it have everything that day two had.
Lots of Brits in the hunt
Plenty of sunshine
And lashings of lively debate here on 606
Yesterday it was all about coming up with song titles involving Masters players and pundits. A couple of personal favourites were: "Michael Jackson - The Man in O'Meara", "Costantino Rocca Bye Baby" and "Ken Brown girl in the ring tra-la-la-la-la". Inspired!
Today, let's start afresh. I'm sure you'll come up with some excellent comments and themes.
Golf-wise, the same question stands. Will Tiger Woods finally make his charge? He is lurking at -1, seven shots off the lead of Trevor Immelman. Any yet the bookies have him as joint favourite, with twice winner Phil Mickelson, who is on -5 and looking menacing.
I fully expect Tiger to be a factor today. Does anyone out there dare to disagree?
Other names to watch are past winners Mickelson, Mike Weir and Vijay Singh.
And what about those Brits? Justin Rose's challenge may have wilted, but self-styled world number two Ian Poulter is flying as is Casey. Westwood would be better placed but for one bad hole on Friday.
Ifs buts and maybes. The action is upon us. Rob Hodgetts and Mark Orlovac will be your guides on the BBC Sport website. Share your views here and enjoy.