OK, you want honesty. Here ya go: I wanted a website. What's wrong with that? I didn't want it just to have it, I wanted it to promote my business and felt that the internet was one of the best ways to get my name out. I'm a taxidermist, so I'm a cheap-a$$ and I wanted to do it myself (hmm, part of the reason I got into taxidermy to begin with) which meant I had to learn how to do it - so it's been a learning experience, one that has paid for itself in more ways than one (I've also built a few sites for others and been paid for it). Hubby told me I couldn't do it because I knew practically nothing about the computer, and dang sure nothing about html and I didn't have site builder program, all I had was an Idiot's Guide to Creating a Web Page. If there is an ego trip in this for me, it would not be my taxidermy work (there is no need for an ego when it's not that great) but the fact that I taught myself more about the computer and built the site myself (not that it's that great either, but you have know idea how computer stupid I was, LOL). The hardest part other than the "becoming somewhat computer literate" part was talking about myself, selling myself if you will. When it came to that part, I was completely lost, but there is no point putting it online if you don't try to sell yourself a little anyway, so I just stated facts, they are what they are, good or bad. I'm not worried about his "45 minute squirrel". I can't do one in 45 minutes, it takes me longer than that to skin one of those tree rats. There went my ego, popped it like a balloon, LOL.