The comments about PSK-31 are interesting, but not surprising. The "problem" seems to be the fact that a lot of hams are just as typing-challenged as they are CW-challenged. And, once again, it boils down to an unwillingness to apply themselves to learning a useful communications skill. We live in an age where we are going to be more dependent on computers, so therefore it makes sense to gain the skill needed to communicate effectively and efficiently with them, and through them. Voice recognition software will not replace keyboarding in the lifetime of anyone who is a ham now, or so I'm told. Considering that most people can learn to type up to 40 WPM in a matter of weeks (and I did it on a manual Royal 440 typewriter!, there is no excuse other than sheer laziness -- which was the same thing that kept people out of HF in the days of the 13 WPM code testing requirement for a General-class license. So come off it, guys, and quit griping about your poor typing skills, and go ahead and do something about it! Remember the old saying, "If you think you can, or you think you can't, you're right either way."