I think MiG appears to have such a lovely personality that this will get him far too (besides his talent). Being a fan of slightly heavier rock music (than MiG excels at) doesn't mean he won't do really well within his genre. In a way I think it would be a shame if he didn't do stage work, as he is very good at that, and I think a stage and recording career don't have to be mutually exclusive. I was sort of suprised he wasn't second to last, instead of Marty actually, as I didn't find Marty's style quite as compatible with INXS. I wondered if they just felt Marty was more appealing to a younger cd buying crowd, and that was why he supplanted MiG. All three of the guys were very talented, but in the end, the band knows what feels right to them, and for me JD was the right choice. I bet there's a lot of proud Maritimers today!