If you're considering DNN, don't forget to take a look at Rainbow first. Go to http://learnasp.com and choose Rainbow from the dropdown on the left; there's a good bit of information there ( http://learnasp.com/chaz is his own Rainbow-built personal site). From: "Jerry Russell" jerry at adhdfamilies.net For my money I'd go with DotNetNuke. It's free, scalable and pretty powerful. IBuySpy is the original implementation of a .NET portal, and is a bit stale now. Jerry Russell - Technology Director & Sales Machine World Incorporated -----Original Message----- From: thelist-bounces at lists.evolt.org On Behalf Of Robert Vreeland Not sure what your requirements are, but you could check out Andromeda at http://cogos.com Robert Vreeland Managing Partner StudioFramework.com ----- Original Message ----- From: "Fortune Elkins" To: Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2004 5:25 PM Subject: [thelist] Portal architectures ok, so I've been asked to look at a few for a window environment and with asp.net development. Sharepoint -- expensive, and maybe overkill for an office of about 300 people. I was thinking asp.net nuke, but then I heard of one I don't know very much about -- iBuySpy? Any others I should be researching? ASP.NET Forums?