This might be old news, but it's new to me and seems worth saying. I was checking out the UK iTunes TV store yesterday, and perused the Dora the Explorer Season 2 page (don't ask, and in any case it was the only season available). There were two reviews: an asinine "Dora rocks!" one-line review, and a second more thoughtful review adding that the $3.87 price per episode was way too high. I inputted my own review saying the same thing. Checked the same page today: ONE review only - guess which one? Yep, the "Dora rocks" one. Both reviews complaining about price have vanished. Is this normal? How many other reviews are being deleted for whatever reason? I could also complain that the DRM restrictions presumably on these files could not be found mentioned anywhere on the iTunes site, but that's another matter I guess. I find it rather shocking that Apple thinks it acceptable to 'massage' reviews in this fashion, it renders them pretty useless as guides to the programmes - anyone care to comment? FWIW I'm a lifeling Apple comp user, so no axe to grind here.