Seriously. I know this sounds like a ridiculous argument, but it's true. Like many, I've followed the Apple rumor-mill for years. MacRumors had always been my first choice for finding out the latest info. They were at the top of their game, THE place to go for anything Apple-related. But in the past year or so, I've noticed that MR isn't publishing stories as quickly as they used to. I know that MR is less of a rumor site nowadays and now more of a summary of news from multiple sources — and that'd be fine with me — if they just didn't take so long to spread the word. Lately, when I want to hear the latest news, I've been going over to 9to5Mac. Just a few years ago, 9to5Mac was the 'new kid' of rumor sites, but they're always on the ball. They always have the latest info, and several hours later MR picks it up. I'm not trying to bash MR, I just am a little disappointed in the timing of their delivery of information. Examples: Apple Negotiating for Unlimited Music Redownloads 9to5Mac — Story published March 3 at 10:35 pm EST MacRumors — Story published March 04 at 09:21 am EST (difference of almost 12 hours) Apple Online Store Down Ahead of iPad Media Event 9to5Mac — Story published March 2 at at 6:58 am EST MacRumors — Story published March 02 at 10:34 am EST (difference of almost 4 hours) Steve Jobs to attend iPad 2 launch? 9to5Mac — Story published March 1 at 6:04 am EST MacRumors — Story published March 01 at 11:38 am EST (difference of almost 6 hours) Now, I know this is all nitpicky stuff (it's not going to kill me to wait several hours to hear the news), but sometimes I want to know the latest stuff right away, you know? I absolutely would take the MR community over 9to5Mac's any day, but until MR can get on the ball, I'm going to be checking my news over there first. Anyone else see a similar trend, or it it just me?