Just a general thought - is the vBulletin style holding back the possibilities of macrumors, and it's forum members? It seems that there is a large amount of collective knowledge. Could this be channelled in a productive way, beyond the current status quo? I'm just wondering what, with a different software/way of doing things, MacRumors could do through it's forum members and viewers. take for example some of the larger subforums - There are several people with an awful lot of knowledge to predict, anticipate, guess etc on different areas - There are lots of people who Is there something between wiki and bulletin board style? It seems that Google Wave, Buzz etc seem to be pushing in that direction. Not to knock the guide section, but is it used by the majority of new users or current users to the macrumors and forums site sections? I could see the ability to make a wiki like pages v. quickly using the collective knowledge and talent and nitpicking (in a good way) to be able to incorporate the predictions, and discussion of Apple (products forthcoming, current, past, predictions, direction etc). It could help with minimising thread duplication for a start, and be an alternative to MRoogle. I guess this ties into potentially what MacRumors could do with an iPad app. Is there any example of an opensource app, with forum members helping to create one?