I like the Barrett-Jackson. I look forward to watching it every year. Not for the Shelbys or Vettes. Not for the Mustangs, Camaroes or Chevelles. I watch for the unusual and truly rare cars. The Tuckers, the Hudsons. The old Lincolns. I want to see things that are truly rare or unique, not another Cobra copy or a Mustang that's rare because of a pinstripe. A Batmobile built off a 74 Lincoln? Spectacular. A Shelby recreation that Carroll Shelby himself autographed.? Flip to Ninja Warrior. Pesonally, I'm more interested in his wwII enlisted pilot experience than his contribution to automobiles. I like the commentary and the auctioneers (SOLD IT SOLD IT SOLD IT is better than SOLD IT). I like the long legged chicks in the short skirts they've got parading signs around on stage. I don't care for Amy Assiter. I've noticed three major classifications of buyer at the auction: the guy in the brown or black leather jacket and baseball hat, the fat guy in shorts who couldn't possibly fit behind the wheel of the car he's buying, and the annoyingly rich guy with upturned collar buying a car he probably knows nothing about. My favorites of the show so far are the Kaiser-Derrins. What's yours?