The early years of the journal required some intense work by the editorial board members and reviewers. The real credit for our success, however, goes to the amazing and dedicated JAMA and Archives journals staff. We have been fortunate to work under 3 exemplary JAMA editors, each of whom supported us and worked with us in the development of the journal: George Lundberg, MD, Cathy DeAngelis, MD, and Howard Bauchner, MD. In this short editorial, I can’t begin to thank all of the many staff who have been essential to our growth and success over the years. I must, however, mention Cheryl Iverson, who was my main source of wisdom in all things editorial for so many years. Jan Thyng in my home editorial office and Lauren Fischer in the Chicago office have been the essential hands-on editorial staff that make it all work. In recent years Annette Flanagin has been instrumental in helping us successfully manage the intricacies of the medical publishing world. There are so many wonderful individuals from editorial processing and production staff, to illustrators, to web editors and more. You know who you are, and I thank you with all my heart.