The 27th volume of the Professional Animal Scientist was completed recently. Review articles continue to be popular among scientists. The list of ‘most-read articles’ in PAS (HighWire, November, 2011) is topped by the 2009 review article by Dr. Don L. Palmquist entitled, “Omega-3 Fatty Acids in Metabolism, Health, and Nutrition and for Modified Animal Product Foods”. In second place is the 2008 paper by Drs. Bewley and Schutz, “An Interdisciplinary Review of Body Condition Scoring for Dairy Cattle”. These are followed by (3) “Urea Feeding to Dairy Cattle: A Historical Perspective and Review” by Dr. Al Kertz in 2010, (4) a review on, “Effects of Biological Nitrogen Fixation and Nutrient Cycling on Stocking Strategies for Cow-Calf and Stocker Programs”, by Drs. F. M. Roquette, Jr., and G. R. Smith in 2010, and (5) a review on, “Animal Identification Systems in North America”, by R. G. L. Murphy et al. in 2008. Obviously, review articles lead the list, and that causes me to request that members consider submitting reviews on timely subjects. The most-read research article is, “Markers of Inflammation in Arthritic Horses Fed Omega-3 Fatty Acids”, by D. R. Manhart et al. in 2009, and the most-read Case Study is, “Evaluation of Calcium Propionate and Propylene Glycol Administered into the Esophagus of Dairy Cattle at Calving”, by Drs. S. R. Stokes and J. P. Goff in 2001.