Hah...that's supposed to be Curt Cress...of Passport...I'll have to fix that one.
I've already told you I don't agree with you about Weckl...and why. And I know plenty of other people, especially drummers, that agree. This is why I don't edit Wikipedia any more...because of mostly 20-something students that insist their opinions are somehow right, even though their body of knowledge is usually a fraction of someone like mine as a whole. I've been listening to this stuff twice as long as you've likely been on this earth, have seen hundreds more live shows, and know hundreds and hundreds of players. You don't, and arguing about opinions is utterly pointless. Go see some live music instead of just reading AllMusic and Prog Archives, listening to CD's and watching video on YouTube. You'll learn a lot more. Enough.
Add: I quickly looked at your Wikipedia User page, and the discussion page with it. Especially the commentary/discussion from User Mac Dreamstate. You are exactly the kind of self-described "nit picker" who has to have everything as they want it (your discussion of genres, etc.) that keeps me away from Wikipedia. Your User page is loaded with typos and mistakes of the most basic form, yet you have appointed yourself an editor who wants to micro-argue points to death, and more, and thinks they are knowledgeable because they can go out and "source" things like AllMusic, which Mac Dreamstate correctly pointed to in the case of Allan Holdsworth are a complete joke. If I told Allan (an acquaintance of mine) he was an "art rock" guitarist, he'd probably spit his beer out...it's stuff like that, that really pisses him off about the Web. Like I said, no thank you...this is why I stay away from Wikipedia editing and have for years, just like dozens of other people who wrote many of the baseline articles up until 2007...we don't have the time or energy to deal with this nonsense from people who usually know far, far less than they think they do. I appreciate your bringing things to my attention here like the fusion singers discussion and my "miss" on Peter Criss/Curt Cress, and I'll try and get those addressed in the near future.
Honestly, I just want the Wikipedia pages I edit to model well established websites. As for typos on my user page, I can't find any?
Also, regarding Holdsworth and art-rock. That is one thing I don't like about sources. The fact that many sources do have errors is apparent. That's what I was discussing with Mac Dreamstate. I told him that Allmusic does make mistakes, as in the case with labeling Holdsworth with art rock. Also, allaboutjazz.com always labels every fusion album as "fusion/progressive rock". Why they label all the fusion albums this way puzzles me. Pretty much I feel it is the job of the Wikipedia editor to detect mistakes made on websites.
I appreciate the fact that you hate arguing with 20 year olds. Considering you know more about fusion then them, why argue? That's why I'm taking advantage to chit-chat with you considering you are supposed to be the fusion expert. You're right. I am just a punky 20 something year old, yet I am very interested in fusion since I have been listening to it since a very young age.