I've been digging into Lee Morgan's Ceora, Jobim's Chega de Saudade, Van Heusen's Here's That Rainy Day, and Haggard's What's New?, along with Coltrane's Giant Steps, and Countdown, and mostly enjoying them and I thought I'd remind everyone about them again. I've come away with a deeper affection for Ceora and Chega which have very sophisticated melodies with interesting chord progressions, and Chega does a lot with ascending and descending arpeggios which kind of unusual for a melody, and those melodies are a nice challenge to play on the DB. Van Heusen's Here's That Rainy Day has also grown on me, particularly the interaction of the harmony and melody, but, of course, the melody isn't much of a challenge to play, IME. Haggard's What's New? I've found disappointing. I've always enjoyed Sinatra's recording of the tune and even though I'm not a Sinatra fan, I thought it one of his best recordings, demonstrating excellent vocal control, but the chord progression is begging for a reharm, IMO. Beyond boring. The more I've been working on Giant Steps and Countdown the more I've come to enjoy them. They're kind of "locked in" as far playing chord substitutions but there's some room there and their chord progressions are interesting enough to keep me exploring them for a large part of my practice. I have my own charts for Chega and Rainy Day, and found various Real Book versions of the other tunes "close enough", and I can post any that you'd like to see.