Are you actually saying anything? I spend a lot of time on MacRumors looking for the lastest info circulating on Apple development. Usually I am on the site about 5-10x per day. I read mostly Rumors. But I spend a fair amount of time looking at forums and reading what people have to say, especially with regards to new product releases. Now I'm not trying to call anybody out, or insinuate that people don't know what they are talking about, but if you look, I don't have that many posts. Why? Because I don't say something unless it adds to the conversations. I see so many posts saying 'this or that would be sweet or awesome, I'd go buy it tomorrow,' and a lot of things of the like. Gee, that's good for you, but it isn't telling me anything about the software or hardware or likelihood or performance, etc. It isn't telling me anything. If you are just trying to get you post count higher, come on, don't be like that, it's quality not quantity that we want. When I see 200-400 posts in reply to a thread and 75% of them don't offer any sort of insight, useful speculation, or anything remotely based on engaging the topic with data or expertise, then it is way too many pages and useless posts to sift through to find the bits of commentary from those who can speak knowledgably on the subject at hand. When someone asks for buying advice on a Dell or a Mac, go off all you want. But when there are rumors or announcements of a new Mac, save the space for the real debate.