I wonder if anyone here saw contestant Dillon James do "Yesterday" accompanied by his acoustic guitar on "American Idol" week before last. James is a charming androgynous looking young man from Bakersfield, Ca. who boasts a fairly unique sounding voice and has been touted as "the whole package" by some of the judges since he also writes original songs, and they're pretty doggone good. He sang "Yesterday" a little too fast and uptempo but his was an interesting interpretation and I love that he played it on the still popular "hot" show. Gave Macca a nice shout out. I think Dillon, also largely due to no doubt his heart throb effect on hordes of adoring young girls (like Macca's, as a young Fab and later) will wind up in the Top Two along with the exciting, rousing singer Arthur Gunn, perhaps. And that Dillon will win the whole shebang cause he's really "cute" LOL and young girl fans will boost him over the top, as often happens on "Idol." He's tall and lanky with long floppy hair, wears hippie looking jewelry, Western duds with the cowboy hat and boots, lots of "tats" on his chest, arms and hands and is known as "the spiritual Cowboy" cause he meditates, reminds one of a throwback to 1970's "sensitive singer/songwriters." He sounds like James Taylor when he talks. His speaking voice. He looks "pretty" in the face and seems non threatening as a male. Well, you probably know what I mean (?) re: his affect on young females. In that respect he reminds me of the very young McCartney also. Not that Paul did not seem very masculine 'cause he did, in his way.