My 2 cents Quality of posts is something that IMHO is difficult to ensure if you have a large number of members. There are certain offensive posts that stand out and action can be taken against such posters through infractions and ultimately banning as was done for one of the members. However, banning as a rule, for not being able to put forth your views in a fluid and easily understandable manner, can not be and should not be a reason to invite the wrath of admins. I believe in the potency of internet as a medium that invites all kinds of thoughts and reasons, as well as its limitations in being able to ensure quality. A way out could be mods who look at language of each and every post and modify it to make it look reasonable. FUlly agree. If we put our house in order, no one can point a finger. This is something, I bleieve, will come through maturity and that is not something that can be taught. Yet, having rules that do not allow any kind of competitive comparisons can make things drab and boring. Agree. I am not sure if many users, who are not too net savvy, will even understand these terms. This again will require a strict patrolling by mods. But do we have such manpower to maintain the vigil? I guess not. Through the posts, I have seen a lot of enthusiasm coming forth for financial help, but help required for technical assistance is not too huge. On the question of whether any involvement by Fiat India should be allowed, I feel it is a double edged sword. Whether or not engineers or tech honchos from Fiat will be interested in offering any help, is a million dollar question. Only if TFI develops a niche, can we expect such help to come forth. In such a scenario it can help the members by the expertise offered by Fiat as well as help Fiat in directly reaching the customer without the financial prism of the dealer. However, such involvements also run the danger of ruining the reputation of a forum if not handled properly. Amogh, why not lay out what you have in mind regarding tech help and financial contribution and let the discussion flow from there. Once the thought process precipitates, you can implement the process.