Tomshawk Visiting Expert Joined May 3, 2013 Posts 25 Location California May 4, 2013 #1 Hello Everyone, I got John's "jcgriff2" permission to post this before you wonder. LOL I am thinking of doing something and I would love your opinion and thoughts. While this site sysnative is kewl. I like the sections you have it broken down to, BSOD, Malware remove, Network Support, Tutorials, I like it here and will be around. I am thinking of a creating a project, basically a repository of problems, symptoms, and fixes for those issues. They will be based on forums like here (vBulletin) with Tutorials and Articles like here and techsupportforum.com but I would want the site to be more about the repository, Almost like an IT Wiki of issues and fixes. The site will be MS, Linux, Cisco, Mac, Web Design, ETC. All IT will be fair game. I would have links to here and Techsupportforum for BSOD help and Basic computer support as well as other specific sites I frequent, my gaming site, certforums.com for people working on getting their certs. The site will have basic computer help forums as well but very basic. Again, I am just trying to get opinions before I put the time and expense into it. Expense is not really a problem, but I'm more curious as to whether you think it would be worth it. I know most techs use Google or Bing to find answers than anything else but if they have single place to go to find what they are looking for, instead of searching hundreds or thousands of links provided by those search engines, the chances of people returning are greater. It's a big project that will take alot of time to grow into something worthwhile and I am hoping over time sites like this one and the other sites I frequent can collaborate like between here and TSF. Thoughts?