We don't all have "expertise" like we majored in something. I provide general support. We don't support custom styles or custom PHP coding but if we did I certainly have a big history with coding vBulletin plugins. I try to pickupup Facebook tickets since I have some experience with them because of my various "Share" mods on vBulletin.org. Just yesterday I cleaned up someone's Facebook App that was giving warnings on PHP 5.4. If I am trouble-shooting and find an issue is due to a 3rd party mod (even though officially we don't support 3rd party mods) I will try to at least narrow down which mod is the cause for a user since I have a pretty good feel for which hooks are being called where. Issues I've worked on recently include a problem with CMS templates (customer had no grid assigned to a layout), The FB App I mentioned, someone who forgot their Admin password, someone trying to move from a sub-directory to a root installation, and a bunch of email change requests and several VB3/VB4 license transfers. Guy, I'm not making myself out to be the savior of anything. I see someone or something getting a raw deal and it's my nature to stick up for them when they are getting attacks not deserved. Like I said, there are certainly reasons I would understand people have to have problems with vBulletin - even if I don't agree - but we both know when there's a mob mentality like exists here people pile it on- and they pile it on beyond the point of fairness. When I see that I need to say something. It's not limited to vBulletin, believe me- this just happens to be a vBulletin themed forum so it's always seems like I stick up for vBulletin. Yesterday I started a petition on whitehouse.gov "we the people" asking for President Obama to pardon someone who got a raw deal IMO.