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Andrew Appleton

I think this is spot on.

Every time I have tried to implement a site using @font-face, I have gotten as far as testing under Windows XP, and given up.

Sometimes a font looks poor with clear type turned off, sometimes it looks poor with clear type turned on, and sometimes it just looks poor regardless. I always find myself falling back on Georgia and Helvetica/Arial.