Years ago when I started blogging, it seemed like advanced compacts were a dying breed. Canon dropped RAW from their Powershot G line, the 2/3" sensor bridge cameras were no more, and it seemed like the industry had decided that all photography enthusiasts wanted were big, black DSLRs. In that climate, I was very enthusiastic about every development in the world of smaller cameras. How things have changed! We're now spoiled for choice with advanced smaller cameras of all kinds. Now that this has all come to pass, I'm not sure there is a reason to limit the forum to smaller cameras. In a way, we were carrying the torch for small cameras, but now it seems like an unnecessary limitation. We've got a wonderful community, and our members like all kinds of cameras, so maybe we should open it up fully to all kinds of cameras, similar to other sites like GetDPI and FredMiranda. What do you think? And just as an aside, this is not, at all, about how to best create revenue. These sites are as much a labour of love as they have ever been. As long as they pay for their own costs, that's enough revenue for me. Just interested to know whether others feel that opening up the site would make it a better place to spend discuss gear and share photography with one another.