Would you rather be the best of the worst, or the worst of the best? For most people, the obvious choice would be the latter. Being the best of the worst means you are still among the best; being the best of the worst means, despite all merits, you are still one of the worst. To put it in perspective, I would like to quote something I wrote in my Gigabyte Fly review last year. “[The Ultimate Bass Experience] claim is no different than someone saying they are the richest person in the country… except they live in Zimbabwe.” On the other hand, as logical as this sounds, being the best of the worst is not all roses and flowers all the time. Recently, I was taking a fourth year Electrical Engineering course in Algorithms for Computer Aided Design of Integrated Circuits, and I got 49 out of 50 on the midterm. Pretty good, right? Unquestionably, I am among the best of the class, but two of my buddies got 50 out of 50.