BushMackel - 4:26 am on Jan 1, 2007 (gmt 0)
It does. However, 99% of my content is on subdomains, which is what I'm really interested in appearing in SERPs. I.e., all my content is at widget1.widgets.com and widget2.widgets.com. So...I don't really care if www.widgets.com gets high up on the SERPs. HOWEVER, it should be noted that www.widgets.com is the only page that has a PR and appears naturally in SERPs, (ie not supplemental).