Sorry if this ticks anyone off, because that's not the intent. The only intention is to bring it to everyone's awareness. I've been a bulletin board/forum member (as well as a moderator and administrator) on various forums for over ten years now. This board is fantastic for many reasons, but I've noticed something that I felt people might want to think about. Time after time, I'll read through a thread, normally a longer one, and see posts near the bottom of the thread with comments that clearly indicate the poster has not read the entire thread. They have read the original post, then post a reply. I frankly think it's common courtesy to read every post in a thread for two reasons: 1) Each person that has posted a reply took the time to say something they feel is important and we should respect that. Good forum members will read all posts in a thread, whether they agree or not, before posting a reply. A forum is for discussion of topics as well as stating one's opinion. 2) By skipping to the end of a thread to post a reply without reading the other comments, you can find yourself posting comments when the original question has been answered. What do you guys think about this? Over the top or consideration of one another?