First of all, the great issue of SPCR Designed Computer Systems. SPCR's objectivity is apparently going down the drain as we speak.
Anyone who talks about "objectivity" in the tech review arena is just dreaming; the best you can hope for is very thorough subjective reporting.
Next up, if SPCR wants to maintain its reputation, it has to test the SilenX fans. (And post the results of said test on the front page in big type.)
For God's sake will you let it go! Mike obviously agrees that the SilenX fans need to be reviewed, as that is what he intends to do; the only person who seems to have a problem with this is you.
Finally, SPCR's credibility weakens when they praise the Antec SOLO without pointing out the obvious errors.
You are always going to get picky complaints (which is what it was, as Mike pointed out) on a place like SPCR, by its very nature it attracts perfectionists and purists of every persuasion, because if you were a happy-go-lucky, laidback, easygoing type the noise of your computer wouldn't bother you. So it's an occupational hazard for SPCR.
I'm somewhat surprised nobody has accused SPCR of being Amerocentric and not reviewing products on the European market yet.
Well, SPCR has acted pre-emptively to forestall such an accusation by hiring a European correspondent (Nick G) and reviewing exclusively or mainly European products (ie be quiet! PSU, mcubed cases). There aren't that many components that are of interest to silencers that aren't available in both NA and EU markets.