As we all know, the Big G loves data and are constantly refining based on the data they absorb. It's also generally accepted that the Golden Triangle receives the highest CTR in the SERPS. Google tracks click throughs, and seems to hash them with a unique token for later correlations. The fact that the Golden Triangle receives the highest CTR is due in part to the fact that the top ranking sites are perceived as highly relevant by the end user... but what if sites outside the top three started receiving a higher than average CTR? What if ONE URL received a higher than average CTR in the SERP for a particular query? Would this affect the SERP Positioning of that URL? Any thoughts?