Actually, I don't visit those boards too often. I find them completely amateur in their information - meaning: most of the posts are questions from newbies who rarely get answers to their questions, and many times the answers that are given are just stabs in the dark from other newbies.<br><br>I also don't care for the way Apple arbitrarily deletes criticism of their products with an iron fist. IMO, you have to take the bad with the good, and deleting valid comments about products is so MS style.<br><br>I prefer to visit forums that don't censor, edit or delete posts (other than ones that are obviously off topic and generally don't belong in a public forum) from people who are actual users in a real-world environment that are at or even close to the same "user-level" that I am (pro-users, etc.). I don't have anything against new users, but for me to get anything useful out of it, I have to see more than "how do change an icon" type of questions.<br><br><br>Visit My Web Site!
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