In addition, MyHeritage.com is racing ahead to index the entire 1940 U.S. Census and match their indexes to their existing Family Trees. My best guess is that they will have the entire Census indexed before anyone else is able to do so, including FamilySearch.org with their Indexing project. Why? Because they are already releasing the indexes. In addition, they will give you an email notification of the indexes as they become available. Isn't this duplication of effort? Not really. Where one indexer might read a record in one way, another might see something different. Checking more than one index of the census records is a very good research strategy.
MyHeritage.com already has a huge database of Family Tree information with more than 62 million registered users, billions of historical records, 22 million family trees and close to 1 billion profiles in 38 different languages. Look what they have done with WorldVitalRecords.com; increased the number of subscribers by 53% in the last four months. Look out Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org, here comes MyHeritage.com.