I leave this thread for ten minutes (or however long it was) and all hell breaks loose! Or something.
Anyway, first up, the draw thing. I was just suggesting that you want to be careful about how many checks you give on the g file because every time the rook returns to g7 you'd be repeating. Of course with each piece you capture you can go back to checking on the g file again. But when you're not taking anything you'd best keep count.
As for my computer, it's got that smit.fraud damn thing at the moment, so I'm on a borrowed laptop. Actually, I see it has Fritz 8 on it or something, and Chessbase Something huge. Bags I don't play it. I know that whenever I go to chess sites I often find people obsessed with ratings. Actually, that's true for OTB chess too. Frankly, I don't care about them. They're useful for seedings in Swiss tournaments and for when there's grade prizes, but that's about it.
So I guess to want a cheat, you'd need to have the desire to see a big number after your name. Having a collection of games you knew were played by a computer isn't going to give anyone much satisfaction is it? I'm sure most of us prefer playing than watching a computer play. Although I also know that a fear of losing paralyses many players.
Oh well, that's just how internet chess I guess. I remember when I was playing on chess.net, and I beat some dude in a game of blitz. He instantly informed me that I was a cheat, and that he was going to report me. Sadly it seems you can't even joke about it anymore. A bit like joking with customs officers about drugs. If someone beats me I generally assume they played better. For those who do cheat, they'll always leave traces. But because I don't care about my rating, it won't fuss me anyway. Rant over.