Okay, so some people around here and other forums still maintain the attitude that .edu links are no more valuable than a link of the same PR from any other tld. Here is a website: http://muski.org It has a total of 13 inbound links to the entire domain, all to the index page. All of these 13 links are from PR n/a or pr 0 except for one, which is from a PR5 .edu.au page. This one link has made http://www.muski.org PR4 instantly. http://siteexplorer.search.yahoo.com/advsearch?p=http://muski.org/&bwm=i&bwmo=d&bwmf=u Just thought it was an interesting bit of proof for anyone that still doubts whether or not Google values these links as highly as everyone seems to think.