I just finished reading the Search for Sweets article and I find it interesting. Though at first when I read about DDT, the different molecules, and chemical names, I expected another scientific article with a bunch of long chemical names I would not be able to pronounce. However, after discovering that the article is about finding a substitute for sugar (and recognizing the word "Splenda"), I wanted to know more about this process. I noticed that the article did not contain a lot of long quotes but whenever there were quotes, it was mostly for a humorous effect. I'm not quite sure if it is due to my prior knowledge about the chemical compounds, like sucrose, that made this article less confusing, but I understood the experiments and could visualize it too. I think Bilger's analogies and similar examples really helped me comprehend the article. I also liked how Bilger gave a sense of who Zuker (besides being known for the guy who did sensory experiments) by listing at the end of the article that Zuker collects wines, takes racing lessons, etc. tied all of these qualities together by ending the article with Zuker speeding away.