Just reiterating what others have said, Jundo, but thanks for discussing it with us bus-riders first. I think it all depends on perspective. If I were a long-standing sangha member who'd been sitting with y'all for years, I'd probably feel a bit cautious about opening the floodgates. As a relative newcomer, I can see the merits of reaching out to a wider audience. There must be many people out there who have few opportunities to practice with a (non-virtual) group. Also, are we sure the "serious seekers" are necessarily people who wouldn't visit Beliefnet? In some cases, the opposite could be true. Some serious practitioners may actually spend relatively little time combing through sites on the web, where the potential for distraction is high, and when they do go online might just visit a few relatively high-profile sites.