I like that the Majors each have a different personality. The Masters is special because its the first of the year and can provide great risk/reward situations. The US Open is hard, sometimes bordering on unfair. I like to see the difficult set-ups that demand such intense focus and concentration. Having said that, the USGA goes overboard at times and can't seem to get out of their own way with some of the decisions they make. The British Open might be my favorite. It requires imagination and creativity. I like the fact that the R&A doesn't trick up the golf course and lets nature take it's course. If conditions allow for a low scoring birdie fest, then so be it. If there are strong winds and rain that make par hard to achieve, well, that's fine too. As for the PGA, to me, it has the least amount of character of the 4. I am glad that it has been moved to May and hope it can really start to develop a personality of it's own.