Yeah. It's been interesting trying out but, if my first attempt hadn't been with a model's over-a-decade-old image, I suppose I would have gotten discouraged and dropped it all. As it was, only one of the three matches for that image featured an altered pic--with the background changed.
The only other results I got were for a couple rock album sleeves, and those were simply exact duplicates of the cover images I'd uploaded, and then one other album cover drew a bunch of hits due to it featuring a famous old painting. That Abby Road search that TinEye used as an example sure is interesting but apparently such results are pretty rare.
I tried a couple searches for models wearing Snoopy t-shirts but not even those brought back any other Snoopy images (let alone more pix of those gals). 39 other pix, mostly of (nn) babes, also failed utterly. And then one search for an actress's pic provided one exact repeat of the same image.
I'm not complainin'. TinEye is free, and it's a fun concept, but, yeah, I guess it'll work a lot better in another year, after they've had the chance to assemble more of a database to work from.