One of the frustrations with FT is finding useful program information amongst all the posts. Searches don't work (well), and many of the stickies require human content management. (I know Canarsie touched on this in another thread, but my thoughts are more specific). It becomes really tough to find useful information at times (for example, finding both factual and user-experience info on using DL systemwide upgrades on AF & KL, or finding the link to the outside database that's collecting upgrade statistics for the AA program). The "DC Happy Hour" thread is pretty good, but it's very small and easily managed. Wikis tend to be factual, but not deep in info (and especially don't include user-experience). Sites like TravelingBetter are more helpful, but are highly moderated and not well known. I'm wondering if there's a feature that can be considered where users can "flag" posts in a thread that contain highly useful content, and those posts go to the start of the thread. Sorta the same way the "like" button works, only instead of just producing a tally, it actually allows ranking of the information based on user-determined relevance. IMHO, this would be better than creating 50+ page sticky threads where the information is distributed throughout, and it would be better than creating sub-forums/wikis that have only factual info (but limited user input). I'm thinking "put the relevant info at the start of the thread". If that's not feasible, maybe some kind of "bookmarks". I personally think it would help find useful info a LOT faster than other places.