I've got a repeater control on a page that contains a child repeater control. When the child repeater loads, it really bogs down on the itemdatabound event. If it has only 1 item, it runs fine, but I have an instance where it contains 9 items and it takes a good 7 to 10 seconds to load. In stepping through the code, it all bogs down on the databind portion of the code. When I wrote the page, I could not use the repeater_itemdatabound event handler delegate because it was a child control of another repeater and I couldn't figure out how to register that delegate in the page init event. So, I just went into the aspx page and used the <%# GetDateValue(DataBinder.Eval(Container.DataItem, "RunEndDate").ToString()) %> version instead. I'm assuming this might be causing the slow down, but I don't know how else to do it. Is it possible to register the delegate of a dynamic control? Thanks.