Well so far only one other person has subscribed to my two audiofeed versions (which is fine, 'cause this really isn't a podcast), but I just thought I'd give you my impressions. I continue to be impressed with how well both Talkr and Feed2Podcast translate text to voice - very rarely to they really screw up a word. I've noticed that Feed2Podcast doesn't provide any meaningful ID3 tags on the mp3 that it creates, which means if you're browsing through your playlist you will have no idea what it is you're about to listen to. Talkr includes the name of the blog, so you have a good idea. The other day I enabled Feedburner's FeedFlare service on this feed, which inserts a few small images at the bottom of each post in the RSS feed (email this, add to delicious, etc). When Talkr gets to this string of images it repeats "the original post had an image here, the original post had an image here" four times, which is kind of annoying, but I guess it's better to let you know that there's some content that's missing from the audio version. So overall I'm still impressed.