Few questions for the crowd, in case anyone knows. I didn't follow the band closely until about 2 years ago, so I'm not familiar with the full process of what music they release and how time consuming it might be for them to finalize it. Also, I'm not expecting too much from the band since this is a tough time to go through, but figured I'd ask. 1) I wish there were separate versions of Over Again and Place to Start that don't have the "car alarm sound" and "door creaking open" at the beginning, and voicemail recordings at the end. As good as the songs are, it kinda makes it hard to listen to "over and over again" on repeat. Any chance they could release something like this? If not, is there a simple way that I can edit the songs that I already downloaded? 2) Any chance there will be "bonus songs" to One More Light, similar to what they had on A Thousand Suns and Minutes to Midnight? Each of those bonus songs were great. I recall them having much more than 10 songs on their list that they revealed in a picture before the album came out, so there must be leftovers that didn't make the cut. Maybe "Looking for an Answer" could be one of the bonus songs if they come out with a deluxe version. 3) Should we expect them to ever release the instrumentals to the One More Light album? I would really like to listen to those. I noticed they released instrumentals on the past 2 albums. 4) Speaking of instrumentals, I noticed a lot of the demos that are available via LPU are instrumentals. Were these songs designed to be instrumentals from the start? Or was it simply a matter of Linkin Park creating the instrumentals sounds first and they just never got around to creating lyrics that matched up well? It would be cool if someday they turned those into full songs with lyrics.