Tim, are you aware of the other problems that INK is having indexing dynamic links as copies of the pages that they are linking to?
There were a few threads here on this issue (now there's just one), and there are many webmasters experiencing the same problems.
It appears that SLURP is crawling dynamic links as if they were exact duplicates of the pages they are crawling. It's really quite a weird phenomemon... the biggest problem is that in many cases, the duplicate content page (really just a dynamic link) is showing up in the SERPS instead of the legitimate webpage.
I don't know if I did a good job of explaining that, but it is indeed true. If you would like examples of this, I have some and can PM some of them to you.