Thanks Arturo for your excellent reply. I'm in Florida and have a multitude of Spanish and Latin in my area. Since I don't speak the language, except for border lingo (grew up in EL Paso, TX) I have little interaction. However, when in North Carolina near Fort Bragg (military post) I did play considerable Latin (Salsa, Merengue, Bachata, Reggaeton) due to the mix of soldiers Active and Retired. I have an excellent collection of Promo Only Pop, Tropical and Regional Latin series, and Top Hits U.S.A. subscription of Latin (Pop, Tropical, Regional and Rhythm). Subscribed to Prime Cuts Latin for a year or so. Nearly every wedding or military formal ball somebody would come up and request a Salsa. I frequently would at my own discretion play a couple of Merengue to test the waters. My go to Merengue was "Me Voy De Party" - Los Nuevos Sabrosos (Pro Only Feb 2003 Tropical Latin). Salsa track that seemed to get the dancers up--"La Vida Es Un Carnival" - Celia Cruz. I'd play several Spanglish tunes that had the Latin flavor and English words too, like (Bachata) "Stand By Me" - Prince Royce.