tedster - 5:50 pm on Aug 5, 2010 (gmt 0)
ALL my links all at the same time on Google drop on average 60 positions
All your URLs dropped an average of 60 positions (please don't use the word "links" in this way, it can confuse things.) - yes, that sounds like a penalty. But it's not because of ALL those newly reported backlinks, because most of them are not having any effect at all. If you are going to file an effective Reconsideration Request, you'll need to find at least some specific examples that may be contributing to the ranking problem.
I'd use one of the third party sources of backlink data that are available. If you're only using them for your own website, then the services are often free. Look for the most recently discovered backlinks and focus there to look for potential troublemakers.
And do stay open to the possibility that there may be another problem causing your ranking drops. But sure, dig into this area first.