GMMcL, your looks have been great, keep it up!
I know that most people flip here, but I'm perfectly happy keeping those conversations out of the thread. I'm also happy with side discussions, even when I'm not a part of them. I get entertainment value out of it and occasionally learn something from it.
What does annoy me to a degree are people that just jump in the middle of things and think nothing of it. There is obviously precedent set in the way in which things are handled, whether it's blatant sales or flipping advice. When you have 1 post and demand information or are violating these rules, everyone jumps on it. Then, said poster gets upset at the "irrational" responses. Guess what? Lots of people here break the rules. I know I (and many others) have. We'll slyly ask about value or whether it's the "right" label, quickly brag about our ebay sale or ask if our find was "worth" it. These people aren't yelled at immediately. What's the difference? They have credibility. They're helping others out by passing along info, offering critiques, trading things, etc. All of that goes a long way here whether we like to admit it or not.
It's sort of like the government of a small town. Do you often volunteer to set up the big tent for the town festival? Do you shovel your neighbor's walk when it snows? Well, in that case, I'll look the other way when you don't get a permit to build your new fence.
Like I said, I'm not singling out any particular new members or veterans. I don't mind if you guys talk about things that don't interest me. However, I'm happy to avoid discussing certain topics like ebay or at least using the spoiler for things that aren't pertinent to the thread.