lol mart_man00, what you found just backs up exactly what I already said ;)
ZerOrDie, PLEASE get off of the 3200+. It's a just an example of the PR rating gone bad, but that does not mean it's a bad chip. Against the 'C' generation of P4's the 3200+ will get killed by the 3.2 GHz P4, and even by the 3.0 GHz. A fair rating would have been more like 2900+.
But against the 'B' chips it's much more accurate. Since the PR is not really changed everytime Intel releases a new version (though the PR did change for the Barton core) it's really not fair to compare the 3200+ to the 3.2 GHz P4C. Almost like apples and oranges, as that is not the intended target.