If you did attend Glastonbury Festival over the weekend, you're probably just about recovering now.
If you didn't make it however, you might be one of the people sick of hearing about it.
A reported two million was spent sending 300 BBC staff to the four-day event in Somerset - with over 250 hours of coverage devoted to the music festival.
Rolling Stones headlined the festival on Saturday, but a repeat of the 1995 film Die Hard With A Vengeance drew in a couple of hundred thousand more viewers on TV.
With Radio 1 devoting Monday night to live music performances from across the week, and prime time Saturday night coverage on BBC2, BBC3 and BBC4 showing the Stones, was it all a bit too much?