When the narrator says "what might have been" when Elvis died at 42, I wasn't impressed. Now, if you say "what might have been" after Buddy HOLLY died, THAT would be amazing. Elvis was just a singer. Singers are a dime a dozen. Elvis allowed Colonel Parker to manipulate him into the dumbest movies. Yes they may have made a bundle but so does rap music. Popularity doesn't necessarily reflect good taste. Elvis was the cause of his own demise; Buddy Holly was not. Buddy Holly actually WROTE his songs and recorded them. Holly was actually an influence on ELVIS. Let's see. How many songs written by Elvis have been recorded by other artists? Hmm. Elvis never wrote ONE song, although he is given 50% credit because his record label demanded that of songwriters before Elvis would record it. Sounds pretty deceptive to me. I remember when I first bought the 45 "Not Fade Away" by the Rolling Stones, I assumed it was their song. Nope. It was written by Buddy Holly. As far as I'm concerned, Buddy Holly was more of an influence than Elvis, a mere vocalist, albeit a good one. When this piece started talking about Elvis's "comeback", I thought it was terrible. Those ridiculous outfits, playing Vegas to me was a death knell. I appreciated him much more in the early days. In fact, Elvis may have made more money but as far as talent, Buddy Holly, in my opinion, dwarfs Elvis Presley. Remember, he died at a very young age(22). Elvis was "marketed"; Buddy Holly was genuine.