I feel like there are some folks that are way too concerned about post counts. Post counts are not in indication of "expertness". I don't put much stock in "experts" anyway. I would personally rather see a non expert be extremely helpful and share what he knows rather than someone who has been cooking for 25 years be critical of those who are trying to be helpful. These statements are not aimed at anyone in particular.. just an attitude that I see coming in the forum here and there and it needs to be addressed. I have removed the post count from the main post view for now, however you can still see it if you go to a persons profile. I am not going to spend a lot of time elaborating on this.. if you are concerned about your post count then don't be. Let's get back to being concerned about being the most helpful, friendly, informative site online. We still are these things but I feel that there is an attitude brewing that has the potential of knocking us off our "high horse" if we don't deal with it now. We are all adults and if you are guilty of allowing this "I'm an expert and you're not" mentality to creep into your brain then take care of it now. Not to step on anyone's toes.. but a true expert will never say he is such IMHO. Most true experts I have met didn't even know they were an expert.. they were just darn good at what they did but extremely humble about it. Once again, I am not getting on to anyone.. I just want to steer the forum back to the right path as it seems to be veering a little in some areas. Have a great day everyone!