Hey, In a database I am designing for a website, one of the main tables is a products table. Users will need to be able to search using a search box on the UI against the ProductName column, varchar(120) (a fairly standard scenario). Now, I have read up and developed a fully working sample that has a full-text catalog etc and I have done some queries using 'contains' predicates etc. But I'm wondering if full-text search should actually be used in this scenario in place of the usual LIKE..% % type query on the where clause. The table of products will only ever have about 200 rows, 300 absolute max. Now I know full-text search can be used against huge tables to gain high performance reads, but in this scenario, will I see a significant increase in performance or will the additional overhead of Full-text search outweigh any gains? Is this overkill? Will the usual LIKE query be too slow even for this fairly small table (baring in mind this is for the web)? Any full-text vs like usage wisdom appreciated!