I've been following discussions on bhw for some time and notice that difficulties with article spinning crop up rather often. The two basic solutions appear to be hand-spinning, which works well but takes too much time and using spinning software but takes up virtually no time but usually produces a half-assed product. Why not "spin" comments on articles instead of entire articles. Almost anybody can come up with a dozen "introductons" to an article that should make the post pass muster with the search engines: For example: 1) I thought about this topic for days and can't believe how lucky I was to find this information! [insert unspun article with url]; 2) I've thought about this thing and the author has some good ideas but I'm not too happy with it overall. [insert unspun article with url]. One would write longer comments but I think you get the idea. Spinning comments is almost as fast as using software and almost as good as hand-editing each spun article. With a little experience you should be able to get a good idea of how long comments have to be to get the commented article to pass muster with the search engines. Another possibility to to glue together two partial articles with two comments: 1) On the one hand it seems to me [insert paragraphs from article one with url, of course]. But then I read this and it seems good too! [insert 'graphs from article two] etc.