Quote Originally Posted by Archbob
But in working with php/mysql, I haven't seen a reason to go OO at all. All the data is stored in the Database as an array and its just as effective an quick for me to write functions to manipulate the data as classes.
I don't agree.

As example a page which displays data from 2 separate databases..
Offcourse you can keep the $from, $where, $limit of each database together yourself, with a class it would (imho) require less effort to not mangle them.

Quote Originally Posted by Archbob
I would say only use OO if you see a clear advantage, don't just use it to "look cool" or "look professional" because its not worth it and the code in reality isn't any better.
I agree, but that is true for each technology/methodology..