On the aus-dotnet list someone asked how much slower Type.GetType(string) was compared to GetType() / typeof().
About 100 times slower, as it turns out:
What's interesting is the difference between object.GetType() and typeof() - not enough to worry about, but typeof() is definately the go if you can use it.
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