Reno - 12:22 pm on May 15, 2010 (gmt 0)
Now I see sites that have moved up like 5 spots up but nothing.
Good news on the ranking, bad news on the traffic. Given your past history (moving up meant more visitors), this current scenario may indicate that people may not be using Google as much. If that's actually the case, it goes to what I said in another posting -- the upper management cannot be pleased and one would think they'd be requiring all the top engineers to work through the weekend to get things back on track.
In the realworld of bricks & mortar, customers vote with their feet; in cyberspace, they vote with their fingers, so if they're voting to try Bing/Yahoo, that's yet one more reason why this update has been a disaster. It's "New Coke" all over again, and if in fact it marks the start of a decline, it will someday be studied in business schools as an example of how technological incompetence can deflate even the mightiest of balloons.