When I think of Sherlock Holmes, I think of Benedict Cumberbatch.
He's the Sherlock for my generation.
He has a sense of perfect instability about him. He describes himself as a "high functioning sociopath." He's a walking TED talk, selfish and cocky, and yet alluring.
But he could be something else: immortal.
The BBC's "Sherlock" is yet another reboot of the character Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created some 130 years ago. Yet the character still fits perfectly into modern day, smartphone addicted, London.