Armin attempts to broaden what is considered trance to include "everything from 122-138" BPM

Here's Armin's quote from the Huffington Post:

"I think that trance is not a fixed thing or a fixed sound. With ASOT and this tour, I show you in my warm-up set, when I play 122 bpm; pure progressive house, no vocals, no anything. I play those sets. And on the other hand, in Den Bosch, I have a room called Who's Afraid of 138, which caters to the harder styles. If you look at the DJs who we have lined up, like W&W who are more into the housey side of dance, or Dash Berlin, who plays a lot of vocals. For me, personally, trance is everything from 122 to 138."

Do you agree?