I was a child when the Moog synths began making appearances on records and songs on the radio, but wasn't aware of exactly what it was I was hearing. My 6th grade music teacher exposed our classroom to the Moog one Friday afternoon by playing Switched On Back on the small classroom record player. I had to have a copy! I went out and bought the LP and brought it home, plugged in my GE headphones and...WOW! I bought up everything "synth" I could find, and even though there were certainly a number of different synth products emerging nearly every month (1970's), I always loved the Moog. My best friend Robby and I dreamed of the day we could own a Moog, and even talked about how cool it would be to meet Bob Moog. Yes, our parents thought we were a little weird, but it all kept us out of trouble. Carlos, Tomita, Wakeman, Hot Butter, you name it, we had it playing on our home and car stereos. Many years and 18 bands later, here I am, posting a note on your site. Just before Bob passed away, I happened upon the "Moog" DVD, watched it, and got to know Bob Moog truly for the first time. I had no idea what a wonderful soul he was and is. But it certainly didn't surprise me. And then he was gone. I'm not saying anything new, but Bob Moog made special instruments that were more than they appeared. Thanks for allowing me to make a comment.