Ok Steven, much better navigation, functionality and useability. Blue reply text perhaps is consistent with the blue theme of the site, but blue is also visually one of the least-clear colors for human eyesight. Yes, I can resize the text for the BMWCCA site by upscaling the browser text, but that's one more thing I'd rather not have to do when my usual browser settings are typically fine for all other web-browsing. Black would be better, better contrast, and more easily visible, for the reply text. If that's a user-set configuration, ok, I just haven't gotten that far checking things out yet. It would appear that replying to a thread automatically quotes it - that's kinda ok, since there isn't a separate 'quote' option showing as on the old VBulletin forums, but, if the board isn't set to strip out the nested quotes of all earlier replies, a string of replies is going to get full of all previous posts being quoted, making thread posts really, really wordy, and harder to get to whatever somebody's most recent comment is. Yes, people can delete what's automatically quoted, but it's unlikely everyone will take the time and effort to do that _every_single_time_ they post a reply. Took me a minute to realize that on the 'What's New' thread listing, that you can click on the date of the most recent post to bring it up - with that, browsing what's current on the forums should be straightforward. Does the board still log us out after 20 minutes? Forgot from previous replies... any way to stay logged in? To compare the new vs. old a bit: Log in and switching forum tabs (say, between watched threads and what's new, or whatever) is patience-stretching laggy, although not impossibly, hopelessly laggy - any speeding that up on that front will be appreciated. I'm beginning to doubt the usefulness of having forum space for every chapter - It seems that many of the questions posted are area-specific (info or questions that are best answered by somebody from that chapter, or local, such as repair shop referrals and the like), and with a relatively small number of active users, it gets repetitive to suggest to folks to check their chapter website and contacts for the answers they seek, since we rarely have somebody participating on the board that happens to fall into their area who might have an answer. Maybe in time (perhaps a long time!) enough answers will accumulate to some of the seemingly-typical local-type inquiries, but then folks will have to be (repeatedly, almost assuredly) reminded to search that particular forum topic. I know this was a _lot_ of work to import the old forums, sorry not have been able to be of more help, thanks for all the effort! Waaay better than the first go around, we'll see how it goes now.