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It's still a work in progress, due to the incomplete inventories at LEGO.com.
If you want to see some other w.i.p. which is equally as useful, check out http://www.brickset.com/parts/
Havent noticed it on many sets though, I guess it's just creeping in gradually.
^ I'm really loving where this is going :o) ...
By combining the two data sets, the parts listed at Lego.com can be categorised. Unfortunately the second data source doesn't cover around 40% of the parts so there are a lot that are uncategorised and which don't appear in the listings. I need to explore ways that the information can be crowdsouced so we can collectively fill in the gaps.