QPR left it late against the Tractor Boys - but 1-0 is a result any Hoops fan would have taken before the game bearing in mind it was November 28th since the last Loftus Road victory over Leeds.
But what were the major talking points? Feel free to add you own in the comments box below.
Alex Smithies looks the real deal
Four fantastic saves from the Rs keeper , three of them in the last 10 minutes, was frankly the difference between a QPR win and a 13th draw.
If the the gloveman gets a prickly feeling over the next 24 hours. it's probably Freddie Sears from Ipswich sticking pins onto a Smithies doll having somehow been denied on a hat-trick of occasions.
It's an 8/10 for the two new players
Chapeau, as the French say to both Conor Washington and Nasser El Khayati. The former was a busy bee until substituted and looks to have the guile to make space for himself in the box.
El Khayati's stepovers and close control led to the game's only goal as the debutant crossed for Matt Phillips to convert at the back post.
Junior Hoilett should have more self belief
The ball seemed stuck to the winger in the first half, but a lot of half chances came and went. However, the easiest of the lot summed up the mercurial player in two seconds flat.
The ball came to him at the back post and one could almost see the thought processes going through his head. Shall I hit it first time or take a touch? The thought last too long as he stabbed it into the keeper's chest.
The Rangers defence are tough and well organised
Don't take our word for it. Former Spurs star turned pundit Garth Crooks sitting next to GetWestLondon in the Loftus Road press box was impressed by an increasingly stingy back four.
Seb Polter might want to work on his ball control this week
Four times at least the ball got away from the striker when other times in the past it stuck to his boot in a promising position. The ferocious wind? A bad day?
Either way, Championship sides don't forgive those mistakes.