Specific suggestions/complaints/moans whatever: Facebook connect/platform apps - Many BF people don't use FB, others like me absolutely despise FB platform apps and website integration. I would suggest disabling platform apps all together: http://www.vbulletin.com/docs/html/main/options_facebook Stickies - It's just plain too hard to see where the stickies end and the posts begin. I would suggest a bold font and a different, darker background color for the sticky posts. A separator of some sort would be even more awesomer. Started by - The started by + started date is the first thing your eye goes to now instead of the last replied date/time. I don't know if anyone else cares about this, but I look at thread times sometimes to see if it's been updated since I last visited and it is now confusing because I naturally want to read the started by information instead of the last replied info. Large print - The large print version is -great- for browsing the forums and thread headings, it's too big for thread reading. The vbulletin standard seems to be just fine for thread body, but it's absolutely freaking painful for viewing a list of threads or the list of subforums. In contrast, the large format does a lot for viewing the thread and subforum lists, but makes the actual threads clumsy. Subforum list - The page that lists the subforum categories: http://www.bladeforums.com/forums/forum.php Is hard to read because there is not enough separation between each subforum title. Borders, dividers or just more space between the lines would help with this. Usernames - Just too small in threads. Quick reply box - The default box is too small. It's nice that it can be expanded by hand, but a slightly larger default would be great. General suggestion - If you have to do another major software rev I would suggest rolling out a beta version for testing and feedback. This is a two (actually three) birds with one stone approach: 1. Users can give feedback like this before software goes live. 2. At least some subset of the user community (and your mods) will be familiar with the new software, allowing them to assist other users in transitioning. 3. You are able to test the new software and work out installation problems and site bugs before they impact the user community (less down time, fewer problems complaints with ads/search/style etc). I'd actually further suggest rolling back to the old software and putting this in beta for a few weeks/months to give users time to switch and give you time to fix the problems without complaints. Just my thoughts.