Granted I've only read excerpts from the book, but I'm sure you guys have been waiting for my definitive take. Here it is: Given AA's tumultuous youth, it's no surprise that he took some nasty drugs. As far as taking speed, he was 15 and being pressured by a father who sounds like a lunatic (threatening people with guns and axes). If you're still upset about something a 9th grader did--you're an idiot. The meth is much worse and is inexcusable. Yet, at the same time, I don't think it helped AA's career any and yes, he could have received a 3 month suspension, but everything in perspective, I don't think it's particularly shocking or important that he was doing meth in terms of evaluating his tennis accomplishments. The ATP is also to blame. What if a journeyman had tested positive? Would they have believed (or cared about) some half-ass letter he wrote? I doubt it. As for punishing the guy now: you cannot be serious. It's over and done with. End of story. And if AA wants to come clean about this, so be it. And, yes, it's a good seller for his book, but wearing a wig is also a seller--AA's book would have done just fine without this admission. Dislike the guy for what he did, not for telling the truth about it. Agassi will not be punished and this whole issue will blow over very quickly. Kind regards, Chopin Note: I reserve the right to modify my views upon reading the full text of AA's book.