Thanks to Rashid for sending in this position from his recent game against Guy. Is it a draw? From a material point of view, Back is winning, but the white N holds everything together. Interesting to consider if White can make any progress or push some pawns, and if the R tries to go on a tour to grab more pawns, then the white K just gets checked a lot? Black has to be careful of discovered checks as well in the current position.
A possible sequence is: 1…Qa1 2.Rf2 Ke6 3.Kc2 Ke7 4.Rd2 Ke8 5.Rf2 Kd8 6.d4 Ke7 7.Nd2 Qe1 8.Rf4 Qh1 9.Re4+ Kf7 10.Re5 Qa1 11.Nb1 Qa4+ 12.Kb2 Qd1 13.Na3 Qd2+ 14.Nc2 Qd3 15.Ne3 Qd2+ 16.Nc2 Qd3 17.Ne3, that leads to the position below, with the Q and N then just oscillating back and forth (sigh).