Hullo Slober, good night out was it!? I agree with your comments, Goldsmiths is much more practical than any of my friends' choices (Cardiff, for instance) and the opportunities for performance are vast, you just have to make good use of them. The courses themselves are all very interesting, particularly for me the Analysis and Comp (well, more comp) as they try to push you to the edge of your comfort zone and explore music making of a different kind. MHUK01, I came to Goldsmiths after not getting into my first choice, this place was my insurance. I was concerned about the location, I knew very little of the course structure but I can say now that it was probably the best decision I could have taken!