This chapter asks what kind of Europe Czechs and Slovaks have in mind when thinking and speaking about the EU. Is it a problem-solving regime; a value-based community; or a rights-based union? Moreover, this chapter asks why the Czech and Slovak paths to Europe diverged so sharply in the mid-1990s, with the Czech path being rather smooth and straight while the Slovak one was quite bumpy. Even a partial preliminary answer to this question may help us understand the future Czech and Slovak integrative strategies.