Dynamic Stillness is reminding me of how I felt when first hearing Aphex's SAWII. Gorgeous vistas, deep, strange emotion. I like that muffled, distant quality that seems to be grating on some. I am on the fence some times about how much Roach stays in his comfort zone. I think he has evolved his music slowly but surely over the years, so huge changes are only apparent over time. But that is what makes his work enduring, and what continues to bring people back to it, and new fans. Looking at it overall, there is a great variance and willingness to be challenged and to challenge the listener. Just listened to Possible Planet, that is one amazing record. I see Roach as a musician who follows his vision, not much worried about whiny fans or non fans or once were fans. I think he goes with what inspires him, what he feels, and if you want to go along for the ride, do it. Mainly, I enjoy using his music for visual work. The way he structures his work makes it excellent for this purpose, whatever creative mood is required.