It is gratifying to see that more members are making a contribution to this forum. Now that we appear to be on a roll, I think it's time to make a few noises like a moderator. First, a general question to the membership. I'm not wanting to make this a formal survey, but some feedback would be useful. Do you find this forum useful to you, and are the reviewers covering the topics you would like information on? Are we trying to cover too much ground in the review, or are there gaps in the coverage you would like to see addressed? I've gotten a little private message info from some of the reviewers wondering if the time spent on composing the reviews is providing good service to the group, or are we just wasting bandwidth. Based on the number of viewings the postings are getting, I think there is a fair amount of interest in the forum, and am hoping that the sparcity of responses indicates you are reasonably satisfied with our efforts to date. One aspect I've been thinking might be useful is a way for you to tell us if there is a particular kit you would like some info on before deciding to part with the coin to obtain it. I know there are several of the members who are card model junkies, and have built up a fair-sized stash of both out of print and currently available kits, and would usually be willing to give our opinions if asked. If there is some interest in this, I'll start a "reviews we would like to see" thread. A last squeek before retiring for the evening. Another private message asked if there should be emphasis on adhering to the review format that has been established. I've got to admit to having mixed feelings on this one. I don't want to impose a rigid formula for these reviews, as it may have a chilling effect on new voices putting in their opinion on the forum, but do feel that each review should touch on most, if not all, of the general review areas (skill level, qualit of instructions, quality of artwork, level of detail, etc.). While pondering this issue, it occurred to me that just about every publication, hard copy or ezine, having a product reviews section does have an established framework the contributors are expected to adhere to. I don't want the postilngs to look like form letters, but would like to have a consistency in the postings regarding the information the reader expects to find therein. Now is your chance.....INPUT. INPUT.....NEED INPUT.