OK, I figure I may as well start a new topic for this since I believe it may turn into a discussion that will need to be agreed upon prior to any changes actually happening. This is our current layout: http://www.e-ztheme.com/images/misc/UKWMWforums.gif Personally, I think it's a scrollfest and doesn't present itself as a well-organized forum. That's not a good first impression if we're a webmaster resource trying to help others understand the world of webmastering if we have a zoo for a forum. The other thing to consider is that this is vBulletin and as such, has a number of display options available to us when configuring a forum, one way being the use of sub forums. Just out of curiosity, can we not generalize a bit more in our forum categories and forum topics? When a forum topic shows particular interest in expanding, only then should it be broken down into more specific subtopics/subcategories, not before IMHO. For example, why do we have a "General" category at the top of the site and an "Off Topic" close to the bottom, can they not be combined somehow? Does the topic "Competitions and Lighter Side of Webmastering" need to be broken out or would it fit into "General Webmaster Talk"? Could we not draw attention to this now defunct topic by editing the description on the "General" category as follows: - General Webmaster Talk: Website Management/Maintenance, Web Development/Promotion, Search Engine, HTML, Competitions and Lighter Side of Webmastering Now thatÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s just an example but it will save what, half a scroll on the mouse button? What if we could combine 2 or 3 topics and/or categories, 6 or even 8? Imagine how nice the forums would look if they were all compressed and well organized. Would that not be putting our best foot forward?