gjk5's avatar reminded me of a question I wanted to ask. I laughed my ass off at that one, BTW. Does anyone know how old Che is perceived in South America today? Specifically, in his home country of Argentina? My aunt & uncle went to Cuba about 6 years ago, when it looked like things might calm down between us, and he was still considered "one of the heroes of the Revolution". But if you talk to the Cuban ex-pats in FLA they don't see it that way. In fact it is just the opposite, they call him a terrorist. I know there is not going to be a 100% consensus (hell, just look at the U.S.) but would "The Motorcycle Diaries" (pro) or "The Cult of Che" (against)be the more popular book in the cafes?