Both sides have "come around full circle" many times. I don't know how I can be any clearer. Imagine a case where 100 critics are asked to rate the quality of a given opera performance. They are asked to rate it on a 1 to 100 scale. There will most certainly be a wide range in the ratings even though they are all judging "objectively" as you say. Which of many different ratings (judgments) will be the one, or several, arrived at objectively? You seem to see yourself and your objectivity as standing in opposition to everyone else and their subjectivity. When you have someone like Jackie Evancho who sings arias, jazz, pop, etc, it is impossible to draw hard conclusions because there is no common agreement on anything. We all know by now that Jackie is being watched by a doctor with regard to the health of her voice. She seems to lowering her volume now while she continues to develop. There is seldom a simple either/or regarding case regarding subjectivity and objectivity. I have asked you several times that if two people are sampling a particular wine, whereas one likes it and the other does not, who is or is not being objective? You have always avoided that question so I have no reason to think you will answer it now. It simply points out the objectivity/subjectivity problem.