I don't know how much I'll be able to watch but this event is almost always great theater. Just watched today's highlights so far and the U.S. is up to 4-2 with several afternoon matches still underway. The pairing of Keegan Bradley and Phil Mickelson really lit it up today, especially Bradley, who continues to fortify his reputation as a rising young star who is very clutch. Tiger Woods was the weakest player on either team in the morning matches and his usual pairing with Steve Stricker lost, and is down by 1 in the late stages of his afternoon match. I don't care which team wins, I enjoy the tension and pressure of it, the screaming galleries, and the celebration afterward by the winning team. My only hope is that there aren't too many idiot DWFs shouting "USA USA USA!!!" and cheering when the Europeans miss shots.