Not only does the dream live on, it lives strong among you Jesus Freaks who long to see tobyMac, Kevin Max and Tait once again as Toby, Kevin and Michael.

FAVORITE BOOK OF 2005:  "Blue Like Jazz" – Donald Miller
2. "Harry Potter & The Half Blood Prince" - J.K. Rowling
3. "Learning to Sing" - Clay Aiken

We exempted the Bible since it of course is the all-time favorite book, and that brought us to Donald Miller’s gliding, beat-poet confessions that many people say is like reading their own journals.

DISTINCTIVE VOICE:  Mac Powell
2. Jeremy Camp     
3. Todd Agnew 

With the proliferation of bands over the past decade, it’s easy to hear a song on the radio and ask, “Who was that?” You don’t have to guess when you’re hit with the grits-and-gravy growl of Mac Powell. You know it’s Third Day.

WRITE A BOOK:  Jeremy Camp
2. Superchic[k]
3. BarlowGirl 

One thing’s for sure -- he doesn’t lack for material to write about. The only challenge would be getting Jeremy to sit still long enough to pen that many words. As you may know, he’s just a little busy these days.

CONGENIALITY:  Rebecca St. James
2. Jeremy Camp     
3. Bethany Dillon 

Maybe it’s that lilting Australian accent. There’s a touch of high tea in her voice, but there’s also wonderful amiability and graciousness in her life that makes Bec admired by her peers as well as her fans.

MOST UNDERRATED:  David Phelps
2. Superchic[k]     
3. Paul Colman 

If you need to be convinced of David’s prowess as a vocalist, you haven’t listened to songs like “Gentle Savior,” “Behold the Lamb” or, slipping back to his days with the Gaither Vocal Band, “No More Night.”

WHO WOULD YOU VOTE FOR PRESIDENT?:  Michael W. Smith
2. Steven Curtis Chapman    
3. tobyMac 

Our guess is that this is what they call “conferred power.” If you hang with a prez named Dubya, people start thinking you could be the next Dubya in the White House.

MOST INTELLECTUAL:  Michael W. Smith
2. Steven Curtis Chapman
3. Jon Foreman 

When you rub shoulders with Washington bigwigs and people like brainy artist/ activist Bono — well, it just makes you think, doesn’t it? But our question:  can he play a mean game of Scrabble or Risk? (We figure he’d smoke us with “Name That Tune.”)

FAVORITE ALBUM COVER:  "Beauty From Pain" – Superchic[k]
2. Relient K – "MmHMM" 
3. Thousand foot krutch – "The Art of Breaking"

Props to both artists — musical artist Superchic[k] and graphic artist Ben Frank in delivering a cover that gets your attention — thanks, in part, to that iconic bullhorn.

BREAK INTO THE MAINSTREAM:  Hawk Nelson
2. Superchic[k]    
3. tobyMac 

Given that they appeared as The Who on NBC’s “American Dreams” and as themselves in last year’s mainstream movie "Yours, Mine & Ours," we’d say that they’ve already made some headway in this department. Now if mainstream radio would just give them a little airspace.

ARTIST YOU’D LIKE TO SEE ON COVER: Hawk Nelson
2. Switchfoot     
3. Barlowgirl

Behold:  your wish is granted on the February 2006 cover of CCM!

ARTIST WITH CHARISMA:  tobyMac
2. Jeremy Camp    
3. Steven Curtis Chapman