Why is this such a big deal on some websites. I have run into three times now recently and it angers me a great deal. I have only used disposable E-mail accounts for the better part of 8 years now because I got extremely tired of having to change my E-mail everytime I moved or changed Internet providers. It works great for me, and I have made well in excess of 1000 transactions through Ebay, Amazon, and countless other online stores, yet there are still websites that will not allow me to sign-up with my current E-mail address just because it is from Yahoo. This seems like a really lazy web administration to me, and a bogus way of keeping the wrong people out. The same as having a dress code at a bar. Both are a cheap way of trying to keep the riff-raff out and neither work. Recently, I have run into two online forums that I very much would like to participate in, but I cannot because of my E-mail address. "The Big Cartoon Database" and "The DVD Forums" both have this policy in effect. I also had this with some shareware software last year that I was going to pay for, but they would not let me give them my money because of my E-mail address, so I said "Screw Off" and kept using the software for free. I do not even know what my E-mail address is from my current Internet supplier "Comcast", and I never used the one from my previous two services either. I might be able to dig the address up and use it, but what good is it for me to register under an E-mail that I will never check? I wonder if I can register under that E-mail and then go in and change it later, or if it the system will not allow that. I guess I just had to vent and see if anybody else has the same problem.