I know it is very hard when a transition in staff occurs. All of your personal contacts are disrupted. And I understand that these changes have only been in the main office at this point. This will disrupt Peyton's Qi.But the real hurt will be when the cuts in the locker room begin.We must face it, there will be people we will lose that we as fans will be upset with, but the changes in the locker room equates to deaths in the family.I believe that this will be crushing for Peyton. I must admit that I am not a big Manning fan, I am a big Colts fan. But I would be the first to say we could not have achieved what the Colts have done without him. Yes, he is a fantastic Quarterback; but there had to be players catching those passes in order for him to have completions. It takes an O-line to protect him to get those passes off. It also requires a great Defense to get things done so he can have good field time in which to perform. That being said, Tony Dungy was a strong Defensive coach and so is the Pagano. I believe that we have some of the best Defensive players in the NFL. Freeney, Mathis, Bethea, Brackett, Nevis, Wheeler, and Angerer are all great. One can only hope that we can afford to keep them. Giving the time to learn a new defense this could equate to even more playing time on the field for Peyton to finish his career here with a big bang. I most certainly hope that Peyton does heal quickly more in aspect for himself, because that is most important. But nothing would make me happier than to see him back in there with a gleam in is eye and in no uncertain terms telling the entire NFL that he is most definitely back. And as a COLT! If we do secure any Quarterback can you imagine any one that could better mentor them into the NFL? Let the newbie see how it is done with the Big boys, and let the new guy have at it.