They did Ambivalent with Kumi and Miho at either end of the front row, and Takamoto in the back and Higashimura in the second row. Poor image, but all I can find right now. Lots of positive comment about Kumi and Miho. High excitement about Hirate being right on -- and also being thin. Live singing (as well as recorded?) praised. Hirate apparently sounded particularly good. Formation correspondence: Kumi＝Habu Miho＝Pon Mei＝Sugai Teke＝Akanen (replacing the members who are in the stage play Zambi, which starts Friday afternoon) ３rd row -- Oda-Saitou-Takamoto-Berika-Ozeki-Yone-Ishimori-Satou ２nd row -- Uemura-Higashimura-Neru-Koike-Naako １st row -- Kumi-Suzumoto-Hirate-Risa-WatanabeMiho Should a Hiragana fan worry about Hiragana taking the role of unders and substituting as necessary? Or just be thrilled at how well the Hiraganas performed? Should a Kanji fan be worried that the senbatsu is about to be selected from both groups? How would Keyaki history have proceeded if they had done this last year when Zumiko's place was left empty rather than filled with a Hiragana? Would things have been less disrupted after that?