My comments were mainly focused on the aforementioned Sir Steve. Based on his actions following Toy Fair 2002 and other accounts of some dubious incidents that have made their way around the collecting community, I think I have a right to form my own opinion regarding Sir Steve. I've made no accusations. There are plenty of those going around, and there's no need to retread that.
Are you free to associate with whomever you want? Certainly. That is your choice and your right. Just as I am free to make my own choices. Do I have a right to make some character judgements based on the company people keep? I think so. Is it the wisest thing to do? Sometimes. Sometimes not. I'll continue to exercise my own personal judgement.
I'll do that just as I'll continue to pursue good Star Wars toy reporting for http://www.thejawa.com
for the collecting community. In that same regard I'll continue to cite all of my sources whenever possible, and followup for the fine details. Like getting release dates, exclusive retailer information and other details accurate as often as possible.
I'm not interested in getting into the various minutiae and disputes that go on in the collecting community. Are you free to draw inferences from my post? Sure. Just as I'm free to say that yes, you operate a good site, or form any other opinion. I'm not interested in getting into this. That's why I declined to further comment on page one of this post. I get the feeling you aren't interested in getting into it either.