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Soon we may have to switch to twos and threes, but they're more expensive. I also have IE6 running on a XP machine that I keep around just for checking some web sites on it. I checked your link at and it appeared to be OK as well.Pepper Live (really not a "concert" per se) KISS: The Lost 1976 Concert Just to name a few. You think it is method xyzzy, but it really might have method xyz, or zzy.