Historically, all of the code samples printed in MSDN Magazine and its predecessors have been monochromatic: black on green, black on white, black on grey, or something similar.  Every year we reconsider this, tossing around the idea of printing all of our code samples in full Visual Studio-like color, and invariably, we decide not to for the time being, giving precendence to other matters and projects.  It's that time of the year again, however, and I'm curious to know how important or welcome this would be to you, our readers.  Are you in any way hindered by the code as we print it, and would you benefit greatly if the code were printed in amazing technicolor?  Would you benefit from the code being in color online even if it remains as is in print?  All feedback is welcome.

Thanks,
Stephen