Where do you all currently stand regarding this matter?
Krill Oil's claim to fame is omegas-3s from fish oil are found naturally in triglyceride form. Triglycerides are more prone to be burnt as fuel by the body before the omega-3 can be absorbed into the red blood cells. Supposedly, this problem is solved with Krill Oil.
Any takers? I've been supplementing with fish oil (omega-3s) for a very long time, doing about 2-4g/ED. There's plenty of research on fish oil substantiating and illustrating its wide range of benefits.
Do you feel Krill Oil is really worth the higher cost?