The light rare-earth nuclei near N = 90, e.g. 158Er, are textbook examples of the evolution of nuclear structure with excitation energy and angular momentum. They display a variety of different phenomena, such as, multiple backbends, dramatic shape changes and band termination. However, it has taken several decades before we were able to observe structures beyond band termination. A spectacular return to collectivity has been found to take place extending discrete gamma-ray spectroscopy into the so-called ultrahigh-spin regime (I = 50-70).