Cover: Males in many species exhibit elaborate traits that both rivals and mates can evaluate. In peacocks, males perform a multimodal display during the breeding season in which they rattle their colorful feathers and shake their wings. Yorzinski et al. (pp. 1146–1153) demonstrate that peacocks selectively direct their attention toward their potential rivals during this display and primarily gaze at their lower feathers. Their gaze patterns closely match those of peahens assessing potential mating partners. Photo credit: J. Yorzinski.