Dxtslab judgment as a moderator is I believe in serious question. Firstly he seems to think people should not be allowed to express personal opinions. Whereas in certain cases this is justified as in where racism or plain and simple abuse is taking place then I can agree, but when someone is expressing a personal view on a particular product then for a moderator to say that someone cannot hold that view is utterly wrong. But thats not the worst part, the worst part is that he implies that anyone who expresses a personal opinion other than his own is in fact lying. You only have to read his comments on this in the playstation forum to see this. My point is how can anyones personal opinion be true or false? There is no right and wrong with personal opinions because of the very definition of an opinion. He seems very confused about this whole situation and despite numerous attempts to explain this in many different ways all I got is deleted posts. He even took aspects from one of my posts and edited one of his own previous posts to include things I'd said and then deleted my post and said my ideas were wrong. I simply cannot think of a greater demonstration of supidity and hypocrisy. I will highlight what I mean... If someone says "Neo 2.2 chips suck get a Magic chip... I'll fit you one for $x" Then that is a biased opinion which invites deletion. If someone says..."Neo 2.2's mean you have to use a swap disc to boot games... thats why I think they suck" this is a personal opinion and should not be interfered with. Dxtrslab cannot it seems distiguish between the 2 and seems to want to delete any post that offers advice on which mod to get. This is in no way designed as a personal attack, it's simply business. I don't feel that he is capable of using proper judgement in his job as a moderator and would like to see him replaced with someone of better judgement. If afterdawns policy is in fact in line with communism then maybe you could place something to highlight this on the main page to warn people before they decide to enter post or register.