Aunt Judy's (1)
Current Member for less than 1 month (at the time of review).
||A plentiful amount of models or varying ages and looks now that AJ and Older Women have been combined.
Picture sets are HR, 2000 pixels on the long side, zipped.
A movies only section is also part of the deal.
Updates appear to be regular.
Speed was fairly good for me. All you need for, what is basically, a photo site.
||Very awkward way of naming their sets.
No true Hi-Res pictures.
Movies are a disgrace.
Site navigation and viewing are unnecessarily complicated.
Navigation is sticky.
Most photo sets are uninspired.
||Well, they did it to me again. I got a special Memorial Day offer that took ten dollars off their regular price for one month and, as a lover of mature women, how could I resist, despite previous vows never to subscribe again. What can I say? Hope does spring eternal in the human breast! Maybe they improved in the meantime?
This site is still basically second rate when compared to other mature sites. The 2000 pixels long side sets lack the crispness and the ability to count every pore, every hair on a model that is found on just about every other picture site these days. Here, the pictures seem basically enlargements, and that's it.
The naming of the picture sets itself is very awkward and it is incomprehensible to me why they would do things this way.
Let's say you find a favorite model and want to download all of her sets. Well, they are all named Eve.zip (example only).
Your computer will most likely make sure that they are re-named Eve (1).zip, Eve (2). zip etc. however every picture within every set is named exactly the same. Why would they do that? This requires a lot of renaming, and if you ever make the mistake of unzipping all of them at the same time you will find yourself with an unholy mess.
The whole set-up is awkward and hard to navigate. Seeing that Aunt Judys, Older Women and Older Women movies are now one "super site" why not have everything in one spot and just keep listing the various niches.
Want to look at the high res version of a picture in a set? First click on thumbnail of model, then click on thumbnail of the picture you want to look at, within the set. This gives you the small version of the picture you want to study in detail. Now click on that and a new window opens with another small picture you have to click on in order to finally get your so-called HI-RES 2000 pixels long version. So many unnecessary steps.
But I would forgive them for every one of their attempts to make it harder for me to navigate and view, if only their picture sets were not so incredibly stiff, lifeless, unimaginative, dull, inept.
As usual, there are exceptions to the rule, but generally speaking their stable of photographers should be fired wholesale.
The movies are a farce. I cannot find a bit of difference between their DVD quality movies and their so-called HD quality wmv files. I found, to my great disappointment that their "HD" videos were without exception 640x480 px with a total bitrate of approx. 3300.
Now other sites manage to give you a decent picture even with those specifications but trust me, the quality here is really bad. I cannot bear to watch anything I have downloaded so far, especially in full screen.
Low recommendation. They are not ripping you off, but they don't give you top quality either and if you subscribed at their regular price you would pay too much.
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