My favorite of these three choices is "Goofus," by far. I've always liked that track a lot. Karen gives a very fun and spirited performance. It's a nice, upbeat track with a cute story. If I were to rank all their songs in order, "Goofus" would probably fall somewhere close to the middle. I know it gets a lot of flack for missing the Top 40 of the Hot 100, but people seem to forget that it actually peaked at #4 on the AC chart. That matches the performance on that chart of "All You Get From Love Is A Love Song" and was higher than most of the singles that followed. So, it wasn't the complete and total flop that it gets painted as. The above description of "I Believe You" as "elevator music" is dead on. It's just a snooze fest. I don't hate it, but it's definitely in the bottom quarter of their catalog for me. It was the one selection on the RPO album that surprised me. There are at least a dozen other tracks that I would have predicted Richard to choose before that one. "Man Smart, Woman Smarter" is my second-least favorite song in their catalog. I'll (usually) listen to it if it pops up, but I can't say that I would miss it if I never heard it again. My least favorite song (by several miles) didn't even make the list: "B'wana She No Home." I absolutely hate that song and consider it the worst thing they ever recorded.