When I see an article that is featured on the front page of MacRumors, I click on it for more information. When I want to leave a comment, it's always buried at the bottom of the comments list. I propose that the order of comments for any front page articles to be reversed - that way, people who comment first can contribute to the discussion and have their comments moved back for newer comments. What seems to happen is: 1) Article aired on front page. 2) People start to comment on it. 3) The people on the first and second pages of comments get all of the attention and votes. 4) After you finish the 2nd page, no one reads your comments, and 90% of the people who commented on the article don't get their voice out for people to see. Other sites, such as Engadget, seem to show newer comments before older comments. I think this is better than the current system that MacRumors employs, and it may be a valuable addition to the website.