Can you post some of the output here to show what this does (say just the top 100)? Not all of us have an environment in front of us to watch this voodoo to kick out the tables...
Anyhow, I think the most telling stat would be the XP/post-count ratio. Mine is probably really low, since I prefer to just make Monty Python jokes and references to llamas, and other such stuff. Did I ever tell you a moose once bit my sister...
halley's request to see the +/- numbers seperated out is interesting too, but maybe we really don't want to know...
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