I'm new, but I figured I would share my s_box experience with you all. I bought the program about a month or two ago and it's been tremendous. Not just for BH stuff, but for other web development tasks, like checking for your link on a list of URLs, etc. I also used it to gather tons of URLs to manually post on. However, I'm the type of person who likes to fully understand something before I use it. Because of this I did not use the blog commenter until about a week ago. I decided to go for it and harvested with the intitle operator to find 200-300 highly relevant blog pages, wrote up 3 comments (2-3 sentences each, all spun at the word level) that were related to the blog post title and started posting. Mind you, this is on a free domain that has got me $100 from AdSense last year, but I got stuck at around $140 for months (rankings dropped when I stopped link building) and I need to get to $200 for that second check! Anyway, I've seen my rankings improve quite a bit after 2-3 days of dropping for recalculations. Small victory, but a victory nonetheless. But I then thought to myself, hmm, well I've been gathering URLs for almost two months without using the commenter. BUT S_box conveniently saves EVERY harvester session for you!! What did I find? Almost 7 MILLION URLS (500MB worth)! As I'm sure most of you know, S_box has a 1 million URL limit, so I combined all the harvester TXT files into a single file, and then split that file into pieces that would equal a little under 1 million URLs each. I loaded them all and removed duplicate urls/domains... I was left with over 100K unique domains. I ran them through the fast commenter and about 30,000 were successfully posted. I ran them through the link checker and about 5,000 were found. So basically without knowing anything about the blog commenter a week ago, I found 5000 auto approve domains that I can now use!!! Keep in mind, I'm a noob. That AdSense money is the only significant money I've made from CPC or CPA. I have made a little money on the side doing web design and seo work for my cousin, who owns a brick and mortar business.