Sorry to chime in late ... -1, I think you need to "wallow" in the data ... all of the data ... in order to have any hope to see the patterns of information contained therein. I think splintering could more likely lead to false conclusions. RonL. -----Original Message----- From: Madhu Menon [mailto:webguru at vsnl.net] er resource?" > >294 people responded.. http://members.evolt.org/djc/evolt/detail9.html > Dan, 294 responses is too much for one person to analyse properly. What we should do is split it amongst ten people here. Let the 10 people then pick the useful and meaningful responses, and put them forward.