backdraft7 - 7:56 pm on Dec 9, 2011 (gmt 0)
Key observation in all these cases is that traffic levels (for me at least) seem to remain the same. No dramatic drop in traffic. However, as I've mentioned many times in previous posts, I use audio "doorbells" on key pages of my site to track traffic without even looking. On my "off" days, the traffic levels remain "normal", yet the doorbells fall silent and hence low or no sales conversions.
I was fine for most of the summer, right up until about a week ago when I noticed the disruption.
I agree with tedster - this is not likely Panda related. It's just a larger "quality update" that has required a database refresh....if we can call it that. Thes upages seem to move around the globe in waves that take a few days to settle out.
If you are still experiencing prolonged drops in traffic since the initial Panda release, you might want to consider a new line of work, because you should have corrected your site issues by now.
If you still think you have no "thin content" issues. Have a third (or fourth) party check for you.