I am beginning to realize that the smaller limit tables or harder to win at due to a lot of "fish". I proved that point today at PokerHost, playing at the ring games.
Started out playing limit 0.25/0.50 because I was paranoid about losing too much. But I saw decent and great hands being demolished at the river because of people chasing. And why wouldn't they? In such low limits, what's another 25 cents? So I moved up to the $1/$2 NL tables and ended up tripling my bankroll in about an hour with a combination of tight play, aggressive play, bluffing
....a whole mixed bag...it was great! (Especially after being in such a poker funk for what seems like an eternity in which I found myself beginning to doubt my play.)
Now I realize to some of you more serious high-roller types that the $1/$2 is still low limit...but the quality of play between even that small amount and the lower limits (under $1) is very noticeable. I don't think I will even bother with the under $1 limits anymore, unless I have a very short stack in need of building. One day I will make the step up to the larger limit tables online, but for now, I'll save that for the live action!