First of all, I want to thank so many of you who have supported my reviews over the past 16 months. To this day it surprises me to receive so many emails complimenting the job I do, as well as the more frequent quotations that end up in various newspaper and magazine ads. It's one of those little pleasures in life when one sees their work recognized. I'm still the little guy in this somewhat large field of talented Internet reviewers. I have so much respect for people like Peter Bracke and Bill Hunt as well as their staff of writers on each of their sites. Where I lack in writing ability, I have tried to make up in coverage. I am very proud of the fact that the in-depth reviews I often provide receive favorable response -- so much so that the amount of people that read my reviews is causing some major problems to this site. There are two problems here. First, my reviews are being linked on major fan sites causing thousands of additional hits to this site per day. When my extended review of Lord Of The Rings Extended Cut was posted, this site had to be shut down because it could not handle the loads. Another problem is the screenshots I provide. I have always wanted to provide all of you with the best quality screen captures. However, these captures are big image files. Every time someone loads up a review of mine, it causes a major strain to this server. In fact, we are suspecting that the amount of images and their total size is the reason why the cost of our bandwidth has tripled in the past few months. Changes Have To Be Made Starting with today's posting of my Lilo & Stitch review, you are going to notice a change....there are far less screenshots than normal. In fact, from now on, my reviews will only contain 5-8 images. In another week, I am going to make another change. I am going to take every single screenshot I have posted over the past 16 months (about 2,500 in all) and cut the resolution down on all of them. In the future, the screenshots I post will have less resolution than they do now. I don't know how the resolution loss will affect the quality of the screenshots. Although I am not planning on changing the ratio size of the screen captures, I do want to let all of you know that the screenshots are going to be geared for illustrative purposes rather than accurately representing the quality of the capture. I will make certain to add a footnote to every review that indicates this, once I start reducing the resolution of the screenshots. This forum continues to grow in such dramatic leaps and bounds that the cost of running it combined with our loss of advertising support is forcing us to find ways to reserve expensive bandwidth. If I can reduce the amount of total screenshots and bring down their resolution we may be able to bring operating costs back to an affordable level. Once again, I thank all of you for the support you have given my little side hobby.