Hello all: I met an English gentleman a few weeks ago who gave me an education at all places in the Harley Davidson waiting lounge. My name is Yarvis Sean Torres, a New York Puerto Rican kid from The Bronx, transplanted on Staten Island now. It seems that Ian told me that my first name, which is very uncommon here in the U.S. is very common over the pond in England. My entire family while growing up always called me Jarvis (spelled with a Y though) and I believe it was always supposed to be pronounced with a J, but my parents placed a Y on the birth certificate. Of course Sean is self explained. In any event, enough of that rambling. I'm turning 42 this summer, I have been into car audio and audio since I was 15 or 16 years old. I was an avid car stereo competitor in the late 80's into the late 90's, and retired from the car audio competition scene first in my class in 1998. I am married almost 20 years and have 3 kids, ages 17, 10 and 8. I work for the MTA- NYC Transit in the Capital Construction dept working with outside contractors who have to work on or near the subway tracks and right of way. I own 2 motorcycles (my current fad) a 2001 BMW R1200c and a 2006 HD V-Rod night rod. I can't tell you what a great pleasure it is to ride on a early Sunday morning and to take in the smells and scenery. I look forward to some more education from you all. Good luck to you CJ, I'm sure this place will be as great as HTT was.