Why the lack of age statement and other distinguishing marketing for many of the bourbon products in what must be the 4 to 7 year old range. I'm thinking Evan Williams Black, McAfee's Benchmark, Ancient Age, Virginia Gentleman, Rebel Yell, Four Roses Yellow, Jim Beam White; it seems to me that to a casual observer (something I considered myself until recently) there is very little to distinguish any one of these products from the others. (I know Rebel Yell is a wheater, but does it say that on the bottle? Not sure). Anyway, wouldn't throwing something up on the websites of these brands such as where they age in the rick house, or how the barrels are selected, or something about the mash bill, or how old they generally are, or something, anything, be beneficial? I don't know, maybe this only bothers me.....