I'm on match, eharm, and zoosk. I like all three. I haven't found anyone special, but at least I can say I'm doing something about it right? . . . We live in such a distant society these days (meaning not tight knit communities, but loose metropolises). I guess I can only speak for me personally (an introvert). I'v met more people online dating than I could have met in 5 or 10 years on my own going to bars or getting set up through friends. It makes so much common sense to me for people to say, "hey, i want to join a dating site, where I can meet all of the people that want to meet me." It's so practical and I like that. . . . Here's a summary of my experience. : The sites spell out the agreement and stick to it. The only thing they do is automatically renew you after your contract time is up (3 mo - 1 yr), but they are open about it, and you can cancel at any time. I just started out on one site. Over a couple of years though, I've discovered that these three sites attract different types of people. I enjoy all three, so here I am. Lol. Never thought I would be in this position. I dated a girl for 9 months that I met on eharmony. My buddy ended up marrying a girl he met on eharmony. I've had several dates and communication, but none have "stuck" so far. I really like it. It also sort of keeps my hope alive if you know what I mean - just through new activity every so often.