Phosphorescent's To Willie is one that I never gave any listens but feel like I should. That's the highest ranking album that's not by one of the classic ACT favorites, which I think means something. I could've told you last year, before any of the albums had even leaked, that if Magnolia Electric Co, Son Volt, Neko Case, Richmond Fontaine, Wilco, Drive-by Truckers, Jason Isbell, and Ben Nichols came out with albums in 2009, they would almost be guaranteed to be in the top 10. This isn't a criticism as this is simply how consensus lists inevitably work. I just don't think that you can gain any real information about those albums based on their Gambler rankings. Something like Phosphorescent getting placed that high, however, means something. I've never really given Phosphorescent a fair chance either. I listened once to his debut, and I think because it sounded so much like Will Oldham, who I dislike, I dismissed him. Man, I've got so many 2009 albums I need to catch up on now that these lists have come out. That's why I love the listmania so much.