The MTV site gets my DP G5 cranking, that's pretty crazy. I've never had a Website get my G5 rev'd up like that before. As for a site that utilizes video, Apple's QuickTime movie trailer always comes to mind. It's not necessarily an entertainments site, but it is a good example. The pages do not all validate, but it would be very easy to make them valid in most cases. For example, have a look at the DiVinci Code movie trailer page here: http://www.apple.com/trailers/sony_pictures/da_vinci_code/ Then see the validation results here: http://tinyurl.com/8cmfw The errors would be easy to fix, so I think it works as an example of valid Video. The catch is that it is HTML 4.01 Transitional instead of XHTML, which is OK if your OK with that. Anyhow, the video Validates, which may help you? Have a look around at other trailer pages to see if they validate. On 11/15/05 7:54 PM, "Stuart Young" <syoung at unitec.ac.nz> wrote: > er, www.mtv.com ? > I like the Hot 5 tab-based navigation. > >>>> email at timburgan.com 15/11/2005 21:53:32 >>> > Does anyone know of any sites that are good examples of usable > entertainment sites, utilising video on the home page?