I've been reading about the intro of 'Real-time search' in google where it has a box and you see real-time results from twitter etc. If you google 'avatar movie' you can see it half way down the results page. This is yet another bit to be squeezed into SERPs, is it just me or is google starting to make its SERPs way too overcrowded?? For example if you google 'avatar movie' on the first page of results you get all of the following sections: - movie function (where you type in your postcode for screening times) - news results - real time results - image results - video results - 'add to igoogle' section - related searches - adwords on right hand side + all of that is mixed amongst your traditional results Forgetting about being involved in SEO, purely as a user it is starting to really annoy me! I wish they just had large clear links below the search box in the SERPs which said 'news', 'real-time', 'image', 'video' etc and then you could see the appropriate results, rather then have so much in one. Add in to this googles 'personalized search' which I'm not a fan of and the big G really is beginning to go overboard for me. Most of these functions on there own merit are fine (I think the real-time results is a very good feature!) but having them all rammed in really is not what I want to see! Am I on my own with this one or does anyone think having so much different stuff in the SERPs is annoying? After all I thought google was all about simplicity!