Nice tutorial!! I'm new to REST and MVC and this helped me a lot. So as I understand it, for a simple GET request I can just use the URL to figure out which records(s) I grab and the JSON data really doesn't play any role. Therefore in an AJAX GET call, I don't need to pass any parameters but just tweak the url based on the request. The same would be true for a DELETE operation. For POST and PUTS I need to grab the JSON to get the individual field information. This probably seems like a redundant question, but I want to make sure that I have the basics straight before moving on. Thanks, Nick