Someone mentioned this in Patrick's earlier thread, but let me make it abundantly clear-- 23andme.com is having a sale right now. They have a sale about once every couple years. Their ancestory/health DNA sequencing service is down from $499 to $99 until December 25th.
I ordered one, and thought some curious paleohackers might be interested in getting themselves a Christmas present. Actually there's an upcharge of $60 added for this additional thing too. But other than that, it's all kosher. Okay, back to not using the internet, and sorry for the non-question question...
(feel free to delete this hack! it's just that the "I'll show you my genome" thing up there was begging for it!)
I'm a little bit confused on whether it's as worth it as woman? It says "Paternal lineage assignments are only possible for male customers," and I don't have a brother with the same exact parents as mine. It seems like by using female DNA, we'd only get half the information?