I really don't wanna take sides, but.... the little typo's and editing mistakes that run rampant on the net take away some of the net's credibility. I still have people say things to me like "where did you hear that? on the internet?" meaning they don't give the net any real respect (like the television is some bastion of truthfulness ). Attacking someone because they are stating something about the lack of editing and overview on the net seems kinda counterproductive, IMHO. Snyper may have written something that didn't sit well with the writer but I believe he was truly being altruistic in his desire to point out a mistake. I recently read an article somewhere on Tom's where the writer called 1366x768 720p, so I took the rest of the article with a grain of salt because the writer must not have tried ACTUALLY using an HDMI cable. Was my rush to judgement called for? Probably not, but that was my gut feeling about the article after seeing that. So I have to agree - little mistakes tend to flush the writer's credibility down the tubes with the more educated readers. And I'm not looking for a flame war - just adding my 2 cents.