Ok like most people nowadays I normally don't notice banner ads, but one NRF ad caught my eye, not because its superb content or deep discounts but rather due to horrible posterization / banding:
I mean, non-photographers probably won't be bothered, but if you place an ad specifically targeting professional photographers, wouldn't it make sense to have top quality images?
In similar vein, I watched a broadcast TV news interview recently where the production quality was so low... full of moire, aliasing and audio issues, that I simply had to turn off the TV. I guess all the downsizing really has taken its toll on production quality.
(The chief piano technician at a nearby conservatory told me recently that he can't listen to the radio anymore since he notices all the out of tune instruments. So I guess it's a common issue.)
Have you been noticing quality problems everywhere?