There are currently several ‘big issues’ in fundamental physics, one of which is the absence of New Physics signals at LHC since the Higgs boson discovery of five years ago. I feel that the accelerator and experimental teams at LHC have done a brilliant job and if anything is there, they will find it. In the meantime, however, for a phenomenologist like myself, rare phenomena in quark systems provide an alternative arena for New Physics studies. The combination of a growing database and improved theoretical advances (especially in lattice studies) will allow an ever more precise comparison of Standard Model predictions with experiment. Of course, estimating these accurately can be a challenge unto itself. As such, the main task will be to meaningfully disentangle New Physics signals from those of the Standard Model.