There's a new, for lack of a better description, Mac-themed search engine. Wait! Don't leave yet. There's more. This new search engine is called Mac Search (silly name, I know. If you've got suggestions for a better one, mention it). I know there's already MRoogle. MRoogle is an invaluable tool for searching MR. In fact, I think it does MR specific stuff better than Mac Search. I'm not trying to eclipse MRoogle. I'm adding a new item to your search toolbox. Mac Search is a Google Custom Search. That means it is based upon Google and it searches and indexes pages from multiple sites. Currently, Mac Search searches 19 sites, with approximately 39,100 pages indexed. Mac Search goes beyond the scope of MRoogle by searching for not only MR things, but KB articles, any type of Apple manual and threads and articles from more than a few sites (including MR), just to name a few. If you'd like a complete list, please say so. It started in mid June and since then there have been 154 queries as of yesterday. I'd tell you the most popular query, but none were popular enough to be listed. On the downside, there isn't the ability to sort by date, but there are several refinements. To see what they are, do a search. As of now, it's pretty boring and desolate, but it works. If I can get a job next year (no, I was not laid off), I may buy some space to host the search and results on my own site. As of now, there are three contributors, all of them MR members. Two of the three have been lazy, and not done anything. Their aliases will not be listed. The third contributor, however, has been spectacular. This person has added ten sites to Mac Search's arsenal. This person is celticpride678. I'd like to thank them for their work. Thanks for your interest. The link is kinda crazy, so you may want to bookmark it for future use. (This may sound arrogant, but) Better yet, put it in your sig. I don't really have a format, other than bolding (I really should have one). But again, I'm open to suggestions.