I'm thinking that your system has some similarity to Fantunes at least as far as 1m openings and 1M response go, and folks who played Fantunes against me were alerting both.
But its not almost forcing - we respond only on hands where we think we have a chance of getting to a better contract by responding. It just so happens that our systemic openings of 1C and 1D can both be short (which we do alert), which increases the probability of improving a contract by responding aggressively, especially since a good deal of the rest of our system is primarily designed to stay low when possible.
Edit: OK, I just looked at both the ACBL GCC and their alert chart. It appears as though our responses might be prealertable if they fall under the (undefined) category of "highly aggressive methods", but are not alertable in the auction.
This post has been edited by CSGibson: 2012-May-02, 16:43