I enjoy this Palmer-Cabrera thing. I look forward to it. It's like listening to a retired Johns Hopkins professor commenting from the balcony while one of his students, now a surgeon himself, lectures below -- we hear all the points the protégé missed, about his limited diagnostic imagination, his sophomoric understanding of human physiology, his poor choice of surgical instruments. It's a great learning experience, really. It brings out the best in Palmer. He'd have made a terrific medical examiner, dissecting cadavers and dictating the reasons for their premature deaths. CBS should cast Palmer in the lead of a new drama: CSI Cabrera.