Well, you might have got the idea!
Yes, I am on the LINQ bandwagon. I tuned into http://www.aspalliance.com/ and touched up on the LINQ articles by Scott Gu. They are really informative and I did get a very clear idea on what the other geeks are talking about (ooohhooo... that LINQ thing...its so cool, you know...). Now I know :-)
My only interest was how to use LINQ with Stored Procedures. And my concern is that we would need a paradigm shift in coding and architecture approach if we start using LINQ in our current applications. DataContext, you see... DataContext is the back bone of LINQ.