Mail*Link(r) SMTP               RE>subliminal backgrounds
>>It smacks too much of the in-joke (for those in the know) or
>>advertisements for themselves.    Andrew Gordon
What's wrong with it being an in-joke?  It is a little gem for those in the
know and virtually unnoticed by those who aren't.  It isn't necessarily
"product placement" if it is done as tribute or in fun of something.
Although some people may feel there is a fine line between in-jokes and
product placement, I think those folks are too cynical to let others enjoy