djgreg - 8:16 am on Feb 17, 2004 (gmt 0) I think it has to do with who links to you. [edited by: djgreg at 8:22 am (utc) on Feb. 17, 2004]
Google has put to much weight on page linking. While so many webmasters have purchased links on high pr rankings sites just to get there page ranks higher, does not mean they have a high quality site. Good quality site should have nothing to do with who is linked to you.
You are right saying that there was too much emphasize on anchor text, but I think this is solved looking on the 64 results. For me they seem very clean and the Top results for example in the travel industry, where one of my sites is located are not the ones with the highest amount of backlinks but the highest quality sites.
I think determining the value of a page by the sites linking to it is the best way they can do it at the moment. In the future the LSI will be a very powerful tool to be added to the Pagerank and Anchortext criteria, if not done on 64. Not sure about that, yet.
I think it has to do with who links to you.
[edited by: djgreg at 8:22 am (utc) on Feb. 17, 2004]