I usually have a problem with covers of rock songs. Not the idea of it, but because I almost never like the way they're done, for two reasons: 1. They completely lose sight of the original, making it a farce. 2. They replicate it exactly, adding nothing to the work. While it can be fun live, they're no reason to buy it. There are, of course, exceptions. Stevie Ray Vaughan's Voode Chile comes to mind. I just picked up Tool's odd release Salival, with the DVD and CD. Now I'm listening to the last track on the CD, which is the automated phone thing. I like it, and I don't know why. Anyway, I am very impressed by their cover of Led Zeppelin's No Quarter. Easily my favorite thing on this CD. It starts off very true to the original, with Keenan using subdued distorted vocals. Later into the song, they embrace it as their own, and it feels like a Tool song- rising tensions, juicing up the bass and drums. Yet they keep the feeling of the song in check, and it all flows smoothly. Now that's how to do a cover. By the way, what the hell is with the DVD menu? It's absurd! I found the 4 videos, as well as a thing with them wearing the Explicit Lyrics signs. Is there anything I'm missing?