So this is what your average post looks like on a desktop with the current setup. I've highlighted the first paragraph to note the issue. It's much wider than needed, to the point that the eyes are moving far further than they normally should for a line of text. It's grossly disproportional for text. Widescreen displays are good for approximating what a user's eye range can catch in general (opposed to thinner displays), but when it comes to reading text, the eye movements are much more focused and don't sweep too far to the left or right. This is why books never went "widescreen", since reading uses more constrained eye movements (which is what screens were originally based on before going multimedia). (My resolution was the same for both images, I simple rotated my display for the second, the text is a different size due to the first image being scaled down a lot more). With a centered/clamped post width, you can see that it's actually a nice history summary of the project (it doesn't look barebones), and (bar the centering), much easier on the eyes to read as it's more like a paragraph from a book. The Xenforo preview option shows things constrained so users like me tend to format our text as it appears there... but they're often harder to read when actually posted. The preview shows a well-formatted set of information (like you'd get in a book, newpaper, magazine, etc.) but the actual post looks sprawling Versus... Even in sites that don't have their articles centered, they still constrain the width to make reading information a lot easier. Please add "centered" (or "limited-width") options of the current themes to make reading posts longer than a sentence or two easier.