So sorry to not be too enthusiastic about the 'new' techspot, but if I don't say it, nobody else will. Although many people are praising the new features you can put into the interface, does nobody find it much more irritating to use than the 'old' version? The reason I feel like this is that the new interface is so graphics-heavy, and has numerous overlay popups that it's response is seriously degraded if one has a limited download speed. My download speed just seconds ago, I measured at 5644kb/sec and upload was 370kb/sec. Those speeds are quite good for a wired service around a mile from the exchange, but it is not fibre optic speed. At those speeds, I find everything about the Techspot interface requires about 2-3 seconds to refresh and become responsive. And even after months of this new unresponsiveness I still continually trip myself up by clicking or keying before the screen is ready, and finding myself actuating something different to what I want to do next. Apart from that, certain aspects of the screen do not overlap correctly (a font size problem) and other areas of the screen have incorrect 'on top' settings in the browser I use. (E.g. the pop-ups under my username and 'alerts' on the top-right of every page - they are always underneath the main menu bar and any pictures on the home screen). I have tried other browsers up to IE7 which is the highest that XP will run, and the only one that renders correctly is firefox. I doubt if Julio can do anything about any of this, but it would be really good to always bear in mind that not everyone has fibre-optic download speeds, and that unnecessary image use always slows a screen refresh.