Here is my letter to TBS support after they told me they could not support articles of over around 1000 words and the server would deny multiple requests in a short period of time. Is there any spinner that can do Good-Better-Best and remove the original word for TRUE seed articles that will be seen as unique by G, i.e. those of 10,000+ How do you guys get around it? ------------ What if, for example, there is an article of 500 words. It is rewritten 200 times and put into rewrite-level spintax. So effectively the end spun articles would still be around 500 words. Are you telling me that the 'Best' Spinner cannot handle this? Many people (myself included, obviously) have many rewrites and thus the spun seed article will have totals exceeding 10,000 , even 100,000 depending on how many rewrites are made on the: 1. article level 2. paragraph level 3. sentence level The fourth, word level, therefore may involve spinning many variations of the same article. The output would be a small 500 article as normal but heavily spun on the article level / paragraph level / sentence level and then, finally, the word level. Are you telling me that the 'Best' Spinner cannot do this? What on earth justifies annual fees of around $70 if The 'Best' Spinner cannot perform these functions? The Good-Better-Best word level spinning and user modified thesaurus is, I admit, excellent, but spinning on just the word level is useless in 2011 SEO. What are you doing to accommodate 2011 article spinning, which involves a lot more than getting auto spins (or even 'quality' manual spins) on the word level only? Can you please forward this query to Jon as I would like to hear what he has to say on this. As you have just told me, TBS is restricted to small articles spun on the word level only. Sure, you support nested spinning and all that, but if the software cannot (or refuses) to handle larger articles which for any SEO benefit at all in 2011 should be spun on multiple levels, hence the seed article can exceed 10,000 words or more. This makes The 'Best' Spinner obsolete.