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linq to sql vs ms application blocks for data access layer

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I am writing a asp.net ecommrce application.
I am in a dilemma as to what to use for data access layer.
1) linq to sql  or
2) ms application block
the application is written in vb.net in .net 4.0 thanks
Out of these two could you suggest some adv. and disadv of the two? Please help thanks
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They are both slow compared to hand written data access layers and LINQ is the slower of the two.

LINQ is intended for rapid development but sacrifices performance.

The MS Application Blocks were also designed to improve developer performance but once again is never as fast as well written code specific to an application.
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