Here's something else that I've noticed as far as Trent Reznor is concerned: A lot of people only say that he's so incredibly talented only because a lot of others do. It seems to be a bandwagon thing. I mean, I do agree that he's a very talented musician to say the least, and that he's established himself as an elite musician at that. However, it seems that not a lot of people give credit to Matt Bellamy, and only seem to go as far as the voice to point talent credits. I do believe that Matt Bellamy is more talented in some ways. You see Trent who can play several instruments, but from what I've noticed, you'll never see Trent Reznor do something with guitar or piano that could be compared to the piano in, perhaps, Butterflies and Hurricanes, or guitar that could be compared to something so diverse and interesting to perhaps Hysteria, Plug In Baby, or especially Knights of Cydonia. Not to mention, if you've ever watched Muse's live performances, Matt improvises a lot. It's pretty much amazing how much he does it and how awesome it sounds in the set. I've seen some of Nine Inch Nails live performances, and I personally think that Trent would establish himself as a better musician than Matt if he could do things like that with all of the instruments that he plays. One thing I'll give credit to Trent for is how he can incorporate pure noise into making pretty awesome music. I'm not going to lie but I don't many other people who can make pure noise, using pure static and just some sort of wretched sound and turn it into something beautiful. Trent does that. However, I've noticed other music of Trent's that is just noise and it's nothing spectacular at all. In no way am I attacking Trent and I personally have a lot of respect for the guy, I just think people need to start giving a bit more credit to Matt, even if you believe Trent is a better musician. Both are musical geniuses and I think both deserve a lot of credit no matter what you may or may not believe.