Actually, I wasn't too concerned with the 'flashiness' of this site. a Jag isn't exactly a small time purchase, if you want one, you want one, and you'll go the distance to aquire one. Not that that necessarily condones what the developer did, but jag's aren't a mass market product, and let me tell you, if i had deep enough pockitses to be webhunting for a jag, i'd go the distance to see that site :) However, I think i would have given up and run for TT'ville when I tried to USE the site! Me being canadian, I tried to access the canadian site: it's in french. I couldn't access an english version of the canadian site. i'm not french! but then again...give me the dough for a jag and I'll learn cantonese to get it! teehee in any case, this is mostly an agreement :) i don't think that the flash is such a big deal, but the internal design, the registration, the uh, language barriers? Audi, here I come! :) Enter a world where my biggest decision is Coupe, or Roadster? but then again, this ones flash too :) maybe i'll go buy a 911, thats not a flash site... Annie -----Original Message----- From: Bob Davis [mailto:bobd at members.evolt.org] Sent: Wednesday, November 15, 2000 5:17 PM To: The List Subject: [thelist] terrible site from Jaguar http://www.x-type.com/ <rant> Check this out - everything is Flash. The forms, the whole interface, everything. I've never seen a site that was as hostile toward users. You can't find out anything about the car without going through a registration process that resulted in 16 emails being sent to me after which you have to log in (why not just forward you to the "you've already logged in" page after submitting the registration info?). Logging in is still in progress, but, since they used Flash for everything, I can't look at the progress bar to see how far along it's gotten. They totally broke the browser. </rant> The car is beautiful though. How about this instead of the TT, Martin? bob -- bob davis bobd at members.evolt.org --------------------------------------- For unsubscribe and other options, including the Tip Harvester and archive of TheList go to: http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !