How do you know when it's over though?
Also, good on the Filmspotting forum members for slotting in GVS (he wouldn't make a current Top 15 list if we voted again, by the way) even if it means Nolan also found a spot.
Actually, looking over these names, I reckon realistically QT, PTA, the Coens, Malick, Miyazaki, and Scorsese would make the list. Spielberg would probably get grandfathered in and Nolan would likely make the cut as well. Boyle might be on the outside, and WKW probably stays because he recently made a film or something, but I definitely think Cuaron, Fincher, Herzog, GVS, and Lynch would drop out if for no other reason than their recent output either being non-existent or underwhelming in relation to the greats they all made years and years ago.