How about this for a bit of recursion - I am reviewing the Structured Blogging Plug-in for Wordpress using the Structured Blogging Plug-in. I think the basic idea of it should suit a lot of the posts on this blog which tend to be reviews.
Installation was a breeze and it seems to play ok with WP2.0.
Criticisms so far?
 It seems to slow down the load of the “writing page” by an enormous amount.  The simple Star Rating system for reviews is a bit limiting. Most people want to give a range of scores for different aspects of things - acting/directing/cinematography for movies and food/service/ambiance/value for restaurants. Don’t even think about getting AA Gill started on the topic of star ratings. And most wino’s, ahem, wine experts, would faint at the thought of a star system for wines.  Where the hell have the rich text editing controls from WP2.0 gone? Actually I hate them but the plug-in seems to even had got rid of the simple controls (what the hell is the html for strikethrough again?)
After a bit more testing, I’ll probably use it when appropriate. Feedback appreciated.
In the original draft of this posting, I used the “Tags” feature of the plug-in. Don’t bother as it does not create hyperlinks over to those tags on Technorati. So the tags below were done (as always) by the great SimpleTags plug-in.
[tags]structured blogging, wordpress, plug-ins, SimpleTags[/tags]