Just a little personal thought on the User Submitted News forum, but I'm wondering if other members agree or not. I think in recent months, the USN forum seemingly surged in popularity, and through doing so, has also gone in an uncontrolled flail downhill. The forum is now extremely unorganized, cluttered with "news" on even the smallest of events in the world. There have been plenty of duplicate news threads being created despite the originals clearly being near the top of the page. Also, more recently, there have been a ton of 'rumour' topics popping up as well. Maybe it's just my opinion, but rumours shouldn't count as news, as they are not stated as fact. I think we can do a little cleaning up in this department. Perhaps one way we can manage this is through sub-forums, or perhaps tagging topics under certain categories. Dividing the forum into, say: "Gaming", "World News", and "Rumours", would be a good way to do it in my opinion. Perhaps, if possible, we don't need to create sub-forums, and instead rely on users having to use certain tags in the title such as [Gaming], or [Rumour], and have respective filters being available for other members to apply so they can view only that certain category. Going a bit more extreme, and I realize this would largely depend on the time and availability of the GBAtemp staff, perhaps we should have an approval process for threads, and eliminate the USN forum completely in favour of a submission ballot of a said news topic, before being re-posted in the GBAtemp Magazine News forum under their respective sub-forums. Sorry if I made this sound more like a rant, but I think it is something worthy of discussion. Again, I'm not familiar with the capabilities of programming a forum, but those are my suggestions. I'm curious whether the rest of the community agrees, or is it just that I'm like a needle in a haystack here being all too picky.