Another day, another clash of snooker legends in Glasgow.
Having beaten Jimmy White, Ronnie O'Sullivan now faces Stephen Hendry.
If you could combine the best attributes of both at their respective peaks - and throw in a bit of Steve Davis - you would have the perfect snooker player.
In 2010, O'Sullivan is clearly playing better snooker but Hendry has looked solid this week and will not lack for motivation.
Their relationship fractured following O'Sullivan's graceless, groundless personal attack on Hendry before their 2002 World Championship semi-final, which he has regretted ever since.
That's water under the bridge now and the mutual respect has returned, but a victory over O'Sullivan would still be sweet for Hendry, who is battling to rediscover his best form.
When Ricky Walden beat Jamie Cope 4-1 in the Pro Challenge Series last year there was a century in every frame.
The match was played on a club table but, even so, it shows how naturally attacking they are having grown up watching Hendry and O'Sullivan.
Tonight, Neil Robertson and Andrew Higginson meet for the first time since their exciting Welsh Open final of 2007.
Higginson has been one of the few lower ranked players who has looked comfortable in the one table arena.
This is surely because of his run to the Newport final: he has done it before and can therefore do it again.