OMG guys! lol I just got my Entertainment Weekly magazine, and CSI Files is mentioned in the best of the Web , the 25 most influential fansites! #17 CSI csifiles.com Launch Date: March 2003 What You'll Find: A sleek virtual love letter to TV's top rated scripted series, including episode guides for the franchise's original Las Vegas version and both spin-offs, as well as daily news chronicling everything from guest stars that got away (Rolling Stones guitarist Ron Wood claims to have turned down a part) to juicy spoilers. Fans can also weep over Jorja Fox and debate forensic minutiae on the site's very active message board (THAT'S US!), or weigh in on polls asking the really big questions, like "What can't the CSIs get dates?" Why It's Essential: It's a ridiculously comprehensive site. Most episodes are critically reviewed with a sharp eye (one reviewer says fans won't be able to "digest [Fox's] exit until they're faced with her absence"). Plus, it's educational! Once message board thread challenges fans to post the "1,000 Forensic Things" they've learned from CSI. Official Site: cbs.com/csi The behind the scenes video segments (like a meaty production piece about creating the desert scene in "Dead Doll") are definitely worth investigating. - Tanner Stransky Congratulations CSI Files! And to all us message board fans!