Many of you have been nominating Odysseus or Ulysses (his Roman name). Although he is one of the greatest explorers in all of literature, not to mention a visitor to the Underworld, we have kept his name off the ballot due to conflicts: Odysseus is the name of a crater on Saturn's moon Tethys, and Ulysses is the name of some major features on Mars. What to do? Convincing the IAU to let us re-use the name could be difficult. However, a few of our participants submitted an excellent alternative: Laertides. Odysseus was often addressed by this name, which means "son of Laertes" in Greek. While the name is less familiar, it opens up the possibility of giving Odysseus a second home on Pluto. The name now appears as "Odysseus Laertides" on the ballot for travelers to the Underworld.