All of this talk about who is more important between Moz and Marr is a bit silly, but.. In my opinion their combined efforts in the Smiths will probably never again be repeated, at least in originality and have an impact on the music scene like they did back in the day. Now as solo-artists, Marr may be revered a bit more by the press, but for what? Mainly for his work with the Smiths, and because he, like most ex-guitar gods, is a hired hand in the studio and is involved in various subliminal (electronic) side projects that do not make the impact they should, given his talent. Morrissey is seen as rehashing his material by some critics, but his fans know otherwise. He had stayed true to himself and it is much more obvious with his releases over the years than Marr's. That may not be a fair statement, since Marr may still be true to himself (but electronic?!), well let's just say, it's not as obvious that Marr is the same artist he once was. People talk about Marr and Bernard Butler. I expected Marr to be making records that blow away Butler, but that hasn't happened. Butler is a very gifted young guitarists, much like Marr USED to be. But in my opinion, Butler as the student has surpassed the teacher in his skills. I know Johnny has it in him, he just hasn't shown us. After the first electronic record, I was really disapppointed in Marr and could not believe it was the same person. With Morrissey time and again he has continued to touch the same emotional nerve with me as he did with the Smiths. So, personally, if I had to choose one artist to support NOW, and lie in expectation of each release and single, it would definitley be Morrissey. A reunion tour would be great, even with just Morrissey and Marr. And if anyone could bring out Marr's greatness again, I have to believe it would be Morrissey.