You know, the whole thing, to me, is all not that big of a deal. I pretty much never go by "Rabbit" or anything else, particularly. At the big conventions, I'm simply "one of the Looney labs people" and at the small conventions I'm simply "that weirdo with the giant icehouse." The only thing I ever really need to clarify is that I am a volunteer, not an actual Looney employee. I was in a conversation once with a guy a year ago, and about 5 minutes in I realized he thought I was Andy, himself! I was momentarily fFlattered, and quickly clarified the matter. I'm usually much more fFocused on branding the games, rather than worrying too much about my title. Lots of people recognize the games, even if they have never played them, and I think most people understand that gaming companies have a volunteer battalion of promoters. What we call ourselves is not especially important to most fFolks out there. I would say pick something cool and don't worry to much about it. Cheers! --Scott -- A pizza with the radius 'z' and thickness 'a' has the volume pi*z*z*a.