Art, I'm just finishing up your Volume V, "The Civil War in Louisiana," of ULL's Louisiana Purchase Bicentennial Series books, and I enjoyed the volume very much. I was most pleased to read your article on Dick Taylor's generalship, which reinforces my own admiration of Taylor ans what he accomplished, both in the Shenandoah Valley and in Louisiana. I've long wondered what would have happened if he'd stayed in Virginia and made a corps commander in time, perhaps, for Gettysburg. Taylor's memoirs certainly show he was well versed in military history. Since the article was originally published in 1982, has your opinion of Taylor either increased or diminished for any reason?