Preamble: changes to the hierarchy may be contentious, so I should keep this separate from currently pinned topic MacRumors New Forums Design and Testing. ---- Food for thought, from beyond the macrumors.com domain: a developer-oriented hierarchy. That list of developer-oriented sub-forums is neither comprehensive, nor suitable for end users (consumers), but it could help to guide thoughts about inconsistencies such as the one below. The iOS area seems logical to me, but new posts are not accepted. The OS X area does accept new posts, which is nice (I'd say, essential to MacRumors) but inconsistent with the closed approach to iOS 9 as a whole. At http://forums.macrumors.com/search.php?f=66 a search for topics with iOS in their titles finds fifty-nine fifty-one topics so I'll not attempt to read or summarise that lot. Instead, just these two quotes from one of the earliest discussions (2010): For what it's worth, the current visual redesign (screenshots attached, from the test area) makes it much easier for me to get my head around the current top-level hierarchy. Add to that, the benefits that will come from use of XenForo and then maybe, a few weeks or months after migration, collective thought could be given to a review of restrictions (e.g. the iOS area) and other sub-forum-related suggestions.