John has recently reduced the image quality of the buttons, and other images on Widescreen.org. He says that someone posted that his site is designed for broadband, and that prompted him to decrease the quality. I disagree with whoever it was that posted that. The site did not take that long to load on my dial-up (56k) account. Now that he has reduced the image quality, the text on the buttons are no longer crisp and clear, and the images look a little off too. The only thing that took a while to load for me on my dial-up account was the flash animation. I hope he did not delete the original button files, and I think that he should consider uploading the original images, at least the ones with text that are now difficult to read, at least to my eyes. Anyone else feel the same way about the reduced quality images? John, as you know, I love your site, man, but I don't think this move was an especially good one. Consider testing it on other machines, or getting feedback about loading time from other member's here. (That's why I started this thread.) Maybe it's just a few people who have slow (33.6 or less) dial up connections that are complaining.