So, I've been participating in the FS/FT forum on and off over the last few months, and I appreciate that it is here and that the mods work on it. However, it is my opinion that it has a long way to go before being on par with the FS forums on other Web sites. Here are some of my observations. I'm interested in hearing what other users think: - Regardless of the rules that specifically prohibit the practice, members (many of them long-time members) feel as though they need to comment on the price of every item that is posted. People have the right to ask whatever price they want. If something is overpriced, guess what, no one will buy it. Then, the seller can either lower his/her price to a more reasonable level or decide to not sell the item. - Not many people seem to use a reliable feedback system. If people on the forum are worried about getting burned, I suggest that they start to record all of their transactions at heatware.com. Users at lots of other forums use this system with great success. - What's so bad about thread bumping? Many other sites allow bumping in moderation. For example, you are allowed to bump threads once a day, once every 6 hours, or etc. This practice allows people to know that your thread is still active, and that you are still interested in selling your items. Otherwise, it just gets lost among all of the "feelers" and threads for people that are only moderately interested in selling something.