I recived an email message, from what appears to be SmithMicro, advertising a sale on RapidWeaver for $29.99 ($50.00 off regular price!). This sounded too good to pass by (I'm in a market for something better than iWeb, but not too expensive), so I decided to look into it. I was a bit wary right away becuase the address the message was sent from is not actually on the SmitMicro domain (message was sent from firstname.lastname@example.org). The actual email message can be accessed here (I got this via a "in case you can't view this page correctly" redirect link): http://dr.bluehornet.com/hostedemai...835995875&ch=4B296CE9E011F608E22C07688CAE4E3E I became even more suspicious when, after clicking on the Buy Now link, I was taken to a page that again did not appear to be on the smithmicro domain: http://shop.smithmicro.com/dr/v2/ec...10034&CID=403990&PID=&PN=1&V1=1619714&CUR=840 I next went to the actual SmithMicro site. Cllicking on the ONLINE STORE link and then following links to RapidWeaver, I eventually got to a page that does not look anything like the first page I mentioned. It shows a price of $79.99. http://www.smithmicro.com/default.tpl?group=product_full&sku=RPDMCD I am tempted to pull the trigger on the $29.99 deal, but I'm also very suspicious that this is some sort of scam. Does anybody know if mysmithmicro.com is affiliated with SmithMicro?