I was reading this article from Steve Morall, and he mentioned the Dunning-Kruger_effect. Putting it simply, this actually backs up the "The more you know, the more you know you don't know" saying, with some real research. I think this ties in nicely with the "peaks and troughs" learning effect we've all encountered; perversely, we tend to downgrade our assessment of our own ability once we start to improve... In other words, ignorance is bliss. What do you guys think of this? Make sense? Total rubbish?