Well, practically not every day but they're forming up. I wandered over to the "Forums Groups" and noticed that we're getting quite a collection of special interest groups. I've also noticed that some members, both old heads and newbies are apparently reluctant to jump on the bandwagon and join the groups that reflect their interests, either current or future. These groups really help serve the members to spread the information. New members will benefit because they'll see who else may have a similar smoker or interest to theirs and can perhaps answer questions that they may have.
Groups will help get the word out for some particular technique that someone has spent days working out and is finally ready to share, or perhaps that secret squirrel recipe we're always looking for.
There are also regional groups for those who might want to consider a get-to-gether to just put faces to the names and swap lies and recipes, not necessarily in that order.
The "groups" thing can be a great benefit to one and all, but only if there's active participation. We all know that Jeff knows all and see's all, but I'll just bet that he might like suggestions made as to the "new group" to be formed.
AND, I know there's more than 3 members who use a WSM. Come on you WSM users. You're always bragging up how great the WSM is....Let's prove it by having the largest gang.....Uh, I mean Group on this site. Those guys over in UDS are getting kinda frisky.