Hey folks, thanks for stopping by. Glad to see you here. Like any new message board, we're seeking ways to cater towards our visitors as best as we possibly can. Whether you're a VPS hobbyist, utilizing your servers for your many projects or the first time VPS buyer with lots of questions. We want this community to grow as a trusted source of quality information with great and helpful members. With just a little bit of effort, you can help us do just that! I've got a couple ideas that I want to share below, and am interested in reading feedback. I'd also like to see your suggestions too! For starters, this place was never intended to be an 'alternative' to any existing forums. Instead it was created in an effort to create a community based resource of information that is easily accessible. I believe this forum can benefit both the visitors who will frequent as well as providers who will represent themselves here. I'm hoping that simple things like requiring moderator approval of newly submitted offers and reviews will allow us to get started on the right foot, protecting our visitors by 'here today, gone tomorrow' providers and scams. A feature I personally enjoyed on a large web hosting forum is the validation of posted reviews. At this time newly posted reviews will require moderation prior to becoming public to help prevent fake reviews and affiliate spamming. The Questions and Answers forum is quite unique, and I'm excited that it exists. I'd like this place to one day be an active forum where individuals can ask questions regarding issues or errors they're experiencing with their VPS and in return be presented with helpful and honest answers from the community. The original poster is then able to select the best answer from the submitted replies and that selected reply will be displayed above all others and highlighted. This helps insure that future visitors are able to get the answer in the event they're coming here with the same original issue. I've got quite a few unique ideas for vpsBoard, but first I have to see if they're possible. I'll likely return later and modify this post after I've had time to look into these more. Please feel free to leave feedback and submit suggestions. If you have any specific questions regarding vpsBoard, please feel free to ask and I'll be happy to answer them. Once again, welcome to vpsBoard. I hope you enjoy your stay!