Joining the JAMA Network comes with a trade-off that may distress some of our loyal authors and readers: our journal's name is changing to JAMA Psychiatry. Clearly, the Archives of General Psychiatry has a very special meaning to the field. The Archives of General Psychiatry has a tradition of publishing the most influential articles in the field. For example, it has published nearly 40 articles cited more than a thousand times and more than 2000 articles cited at least a hundred times, many-fold more than the next highest psychiatric journal. Since its separation from the Archives of Neurology & Psychiatry in 1959, the Archives of General Psychiatry has had only 4 editors: Roy R. Grinker, Daniel X. Freedman, Jack Barchas, and myself. So, losing that “brand” identity and the history associated with it does hurt a bit.