Hey MR admins. There's been a problem that's ongoing in the App Store forum for the iPhone. Many developers, in an effort to promote their product, give away iTunes codes so people can download their application for free and then (hopefully) post back with suggestions and comments that will be helpful to the developer. In order to do this, they publicly post the codes in their own thread. These codes are invariably taken within the first couple minutes by the thousands of lurkers that read MacRumors. That being said, there is nothing wrong with lurkers, but in this situation, there is. They take the codes, are unwilling to post which codes they take, and then rarely register so they can give feedback to the developer. An example can be seen here: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=756103 What I suggest is either a forum that is hidden from non-members or some kind of thread-type only viewable by members for the explicit purpose of putting iTunes codes in. This would lead to a lot less frustration; developers will get the feedback they desire and members will not waste time trying codes that have already been taken by casual readers. If this problem is addressed developers will more willingly give out codes. As it stands, if they give out 20 codes they might only get a few comments at most in return. Thanks for listening.