The deal between Amazon.com and Google to place Google search results on Amazon.com's pages should be interesting -- for me! It's all about me, as you know.My book-price comparison service, isbn.nu is highly represented in Google -- 129,000 pages when I ran this search this morning. Of course, there's no way of knowing how Google will customize results for Amazon.com: will it be search only, or paid search listings, or "remove anything with an ISBN in it" results? It sounds like a combination of the first two. I'd understand if Amazon.com didn't want people leaving their site to my site where I'd direct them back: that costs them commissions that they shouldn't be paying to me or anyone for that sort of quick redirect even if a couple of pages sit in between. Worse, I might refer them to Half.com or Alibris or another bookstore offering used books at lower prices than Amazon.com Marketplace.