Like decocting lagers, right? I think that was one of your taste tests...Didn't some in the group actually prefer single infused over decocted lagers?
I'm still waiting on a couple results, so I won't comment until all the feedback is in, but I'm sure there will be a lively discussion once I've sorted through the responses and put the results up on the forums.
Edit: Were you talking about Denny's decoction study? It was mostly single-decoction vs regular mashing, IIRC, though he left that up to the individual brewers to decide. It was also a range of beers, if I remember correctly. The "preferred infused" and "no preference" taken together were the majority opinion, though there were a slight preference for the decocted beers over the infused beers. The conclusion Denny drew was that decoction doesn't produce a beer that's clearly preferred, which I think is fair.
I'm not sure about the breakdown of individual choices, and how many people sampled which beers. Just from the chart I saw, it's possible about half the people preferred the decocted beers every time, and the other half preferred the infused every time. If people preferred, say, one infused, and a different decocted, with no significant trend in preference, then that would be clear support for Denny's conclusion.