Hello again, guys. I can not help but to think that many people are missing an important factor in writing: the beauty of the words themselves, not just what they mean. I was reading this. . . Do things like this seem to be going a bit too far? I find, "His superior training was the great factor in his winning the match," to be a far more. . . satisfying sentence. It's my personal belief that good writing should contain a certain poetry to it, if you know what I mean. There is a difference between drowning one's self in purple prose, though — I do not advocate that, either. Does anyone else agree?