There is a sequel to A Beautiful Mind that I saw at B&N today, and the 2nd half of the book talks about "the rest of the story." One thing that stands out is the similarility between Asperger's and schizophrenia in the descriptions of John. He doesn't look people in the eye unless he is fully engaged in conversation or knows them well, he is not at all social and often rude, and was extremely immature when he was a student and during his middle-age yrs. He supposedly had a complete remission, which doctors say is virtually impossible, unless he was mis-diagnosis'ed. The catch is that his son, Johnny, has been diagnosis'ed as a bona fide schizo-affective. I know, I know, we all see things that we are familiar with. Still, the total absence of symptoms later in life, his lack of social skills, blah blah blah ... He did say that he considered experimenting with-drugs, which to me says he did it but didn't want to admit it, so I'm hypothesizing that pushed him over the edge. I know that there are many conditions, including lack of sleep, bipolar, and Asperger's that can present with-psychosis, so I'm wondering ... Jump in here, folks.