Given that I used to be an Editor here during the more formative days of the site, I know the struggle that the editorial staff go through when there is an abundance of news about a particular topic. It happens a lot when there is a lot of iPhone or iPad news - you start getting people asking "wait - I thought this was MACrumors? Give me news about the Mac!" Blah Blah Blah. You can't please everyone, but there is news to share and so you do your duty to inform. In the end, the line has always ended up being "hey - we're just here to deliver the news. Feel free to skip over stories that you don't like." That line always worked for me on the technical stuff and the occasional PRSI-related article on the front page until recently, where we have had post after post about regarding the saga of Apple's legal fight with the US government. The volume of posts per day dedicated to the topic is probably fair given the magnitude of the issue, but honestly the whole topic is quite irritating to me. But, instead of just whining about it, I'm going to suggest a solution. Suggestion: "Distraction Free Front Page" I'd like to propose a "Distraction Free Front Page" - a front page where you can selectively "ignore" certain post tags. I suck at making mock-ups, but imagine the attached done by someone with more skill From what I gather, this wouldn't be terribly difficult to implement, it wouldn't hurt site revenue, and it would solve long-standing whining about content, as it would make the experience a bit more customizable as long as the staff does a good job about tagging stories consistently, which they honestly should be anyways from the standpoint of users being able to use "roundups" efficiently. So, there's my feedback.