I admit it ... I am a FONT SNOB! I have dafont.com permanently bookmarked on my computer and hundreds of fonts downloaded for everyday use. I appreciate a clean serif font (Times New Roman and Georgia are my favs) when writing essays, but I love to mix and match bold with script for added design flair. It's not uncommon for me to judge a movie based on the font choices the director/editors make with the titles and credits ... a boring Arial font is a turn-off for me for sure!! And don't even get me started on my pure hatred of Comic Sans ... there is no place for that font in my life at all.