Interesting,I saw most of an audience ,who loved Chuck Mangione's set walk out on Branford,cause they couldn't understand what he was playing.But what he played was stellar.If I just listened to either Brnford and Wynton like to throw around provacative opinions,even about each other,good thing they can blow. Yea, I remember being bothered by his remark, I think it was regarding something about Cecil expecting the audience to do some work and be prepared for difficult listening. Branford's scorn and dismissiveness seemed to ignore the history of jazz development and to be intellectually lazy or perhaps just anti-intellectual. So art is supposed to be instantly familiar and accessible, otherwise it is "elitist" or merely "pretentious"? He apparently is happy to promote a lowest common denominator approach that panders to an audience and is comfortable dissing more adventurous approaches.