@netmeg And there I was thinking that you were a fan of Google. :) Seriously though, that comment about dynamically generated content is an interesting one. My main site uses a database and has about 350 million webpages. It seems to have been hit in mid December. It hasn't recovered yet. But the SERPs are interesting in that a pile of MFA scraper junk is now appearing ahead of links from legitimate and authoritative sites. Perhaps Google has banjaxed its algorithm trying to deal with mega linkswamps like ehow and somehow this has impacted all dynamic sites because of the way that Google had tried to implement its "solution".