@Ozzy This is a suggestion: I have noticed that on UKBF there is a small but significant portion of the user base intent on wasting other users' time. Whether it's the guy asking for feedback on something and then criticising the very feedback he sought, or the snively kid that has "billions to invest " with ridicolous proposals, these type of contributions have the only effect of draining people's attention away from more useful topic. Imagine if wastefult topic xyz is viewed 300 times. That means that potentially 300 people wasted their time on a topic they could do without. I have seen people being banned here for much less. Suggestion There are communities out there where moderation of such topics is swift. Running a tight ship actually increases the quality of the total contribution. How about reviewing UKBF moderation policies, with a view to raise the bar of contributions. For example threads that are an obvious waste of time are going to be closed offending users are going to be warned and either temporarily or permanently suspended I realise that people may object on what exactly constitutes a waste of time but if you have been a moderator for longer than 6 months you're likely to have gained a sharpened view about user behaviour.