Honestly, my home page is Cd Freaks. It is where I go everyday when I enter into cyberspace. The articles are always refreshed & updated often… Often times I return to the site in the middle of surfing somewhere else & find yet another new article. But what I really dig are the minds that are behind this site. Obviously very imformed, I find the masterminds behind this site & most of the frequent visitors to be of a higher intelligence with a slant towards the technical cutting edge. Yet the information is delivered in a very easy to understand manner - I love to read the reactions to the posts. Many sites have a lot of information but often these sites are written by programmers for programmers. With Cd Freaks, I feel as if one with a programmers’ knowledge is putting it out there in plain English so I can understand it all & get a grip on all of it as well. The Cd Freaks site has an extremely personal touch. One gets the feeling like he sort of knows the dude behind the aka name - the insight shows. I’ve scrambled about all over the net - If it’s one thing Cd Freaks has over many many other sights its’ personality. Put simply - when I go to my Cd Freaks everyday, I learn - & that is what I look for in my web experience - so with all that said - no matter what you do or how you lay out your sight, keep your ‘‘groove’’. Cd Freaks is every bit as good as some of my best industry-standard magazines I get. What I am trying to say is that *whatever you do with the site in the future - just keep doing it the *way you are doing it now with the same conviction & all will be well. To answer your question: I would put the features in this prioritized order: Daily routine; articles & reviews; cdr hardware news; cdr software news ; warez, mp3 & others. **If I have one suggestion, it is to try to key in on the Divx / Dvd tools & utilities scene - soon enough we’ll all have Dvd writers.