A few years ago, we did some market research on intellitxt ads - I've been asked to conduct some research to find out how they're perceived in 2009. If you're wondering what the hell I'm on about, please visit the following page: http://enthusiast.hardocp.com/article.html?art=MTYxNSwxLCxoZW50aHVzaWFzdA== There should be a number of words highlighted and underlined in green - when you hover over that text, a small ad pops up. That's an IntelliTXT advertisement. If kept to a minimum (i.e. a maximum of one link per article page, not in comment pages or the forums), are they more intrusive than traditional banner advertisements or less so? Our community is the lifeblood of bit-tech.net - so your opinion is very important to us. If the feedback is overwhelmingly negative, it gives me something to show my overlords because, while I'm keen to grow the publication by increasing staff and content levels, I don't want it to be at the detriment of the readers with invasive advertising methods. On the other hand, if you guys don't mind them, we'll run them on a trial.