So a week ago I am browsing a local add listing online and ran across a guy advertising aerations. He is one of the MANY lowballers out here that charge just as much to aerate as to mow. Anyways the image he is using to sell it is one from my website. I call him up and ask.. "How are you today?" He says "Good and you?" "I'm good. Now tell me, are you interested in a copyright infringement lawsuit today?" "No why?" "You stole a picture from my website?" "What are you talking about?" "Your aeration add." "Oh... I uh got that from... My girlfriend put that add online." "No, you mean you got that form my website. I expect the picture to be off by the end of the day." "I'm at work, but I will as soon as I get off." "OK. thank you" 'click' HAHA! That night the image wasn't just gone. He deleted the whole add! Good for kicks and giggles! Then today I am browsing the net and come across an image that is the mowing guy on my logo. Some landscaping supply company in Australia is using it as clipart on their site? Weird. But I politely asked the site developer to remove it via E-Mail. No response yet. The first story I don't really care about. In fact I wouldn't have pressed anything considering lawyer costs and the like. The logo one kinda bugs me because that is something we developed for our own image and brand recognition. And now you search images.google.com for mowing and it is the number one image, at least on our local google search server. dough! Good sides? I must be developing things well enough if people want to use them? Bah. But still worth a chuckle! PS, do you think my new site is too wordy and discourages browsers? http://www.jdmowers.com/web2/Index.php (sorry it is only the home page) You SEO guys should recognize what I am trying to do.