I've never said this before, but after these few games, the Reds are doing the little things right. I know this isn't something that lasts forever, but it is nice to see so far.
Good plays (that I can think of):
8 SB's, 0 CS. Has anyone been out on the bases? (one now that I think of it: Freel when the throw got by Lee, but Lee had a 1 in a million bounce back for the throw)
Edwin and Dunn both taking extra bases when the defense wasn't paying attention (EdE went to third on Griffey's infield hit when no one was at 3rd and Dunn turned a walk into a two bagger)
Sacrifice bunts from our pitchers! Lohse, Harang, and Arroyo very good at it so far (one bad from MB)
Harang's defense (cat like off the mound... )
The Reds have only a few errors, and all but one is a base error only, not costing them outs.
Things our opponents have done that the Reds haven't:
Get caught stealing a few times (Cubs)
Run into unnecessary tag out on grounder to 3rd (Theriot I think)
Missing easy outs (Bay, Nady, Wilson...today alone)
Have our most important hitters absolutely flail at bad pitches (Lee and Soriano)
Bullpen give up game (Cubs)
We are definitely on the smiling side of the boneheaded play category.
The only bad plays I can think of are: Ross (idiot play of the year probably, even after all 162), Dunn E, Freel E, Griffey misplaying a couple grounders to him.