Ok, I have an idea. Currently there seems to be several different parties in the CPA, all with different views on Waylay. 1. "Recind errata altogether!" This group seems to want Waylay to act as it did during Nationals. 2. "Recind the errata and fix the end step!" This group wants Waylay to still be defensive, but have the errata removed. They also want the end step itself fixed. 3. "Recind the errata and issue new errata!" This group (to which I belong) wants Waylay to remain defensive, and generally think that the errata was simply poorly phrased. 4. "Leave it alone!" This group thinks R&D did a good job with the errata, and doesn't want it changed at all. Now, we need to know which one of these groups has the most people, so we can find out where, exactly, we stand. For the record, I belong to group 3. The errata I support is: Waylay 2W Instant Put 3 Knight tokens into play. Treat these tokens as 2/2 white creatures. Remove these tokens from the game at the beginning of any turn. This solves the aggressive Waylay problem, lets you cast it at any time, and has no obvious problems. Any comments? Anyway, I want to know where we stand. --Zadok001, aka Greater Good fanatic CPA Member "We have more sprouts than they have hands."