Just wanted to say sorry it ok me so long to figure that out. My life is 'complicated' currently and my mind isn't as focused as it usually is on tasks. I probably would have noticed it the same day Jonesey said I should learn the major pentatonic scale. So, lesson learned. ) I still need to figure out why the "minor" shapes are minor when all you do is move them and they become major, or,even more confusing, A minor root is A, and A is a major, but the root of the A minor Pent is A. lol Trying to get out of my head, I would say that's because minor notes are dominant in the minor pent locations, whereas the major pent locations the major notes are dominant--but I really have no idea. I could figure it out by taking the time to focus and study the notes in each scale, but like I said, my life is currently 'complicated.' Thanks for all of the help.