A series of comparisons are presented between various recent analyses of chemical abundances in the Clouds. It is shown that analyses of similar stars in the field, by different authors, yield consistent results. Similarly, analyses of both cool and hot stars yield consistent results in the field. Cluster abundances are broadly similar to the field, but show an overabundance of the heaviest elements. Finally, hot stars in general are consistently overabundant in Oxygen relative to cool stars.