Greetings Ed (really, those decision makers at TT); Some of the TT network really thrives well off of the activity from the various blogs. There's solid discussion, and in many cases, the SEO juice is easy to see. In some of the older communities here, there's the difference in forums being a place where the discussion and solid SEO juice seems to happen (ignoring the purchasing guides and reviews for now). Problem: BH has a blog, but comments/discussion doesn't flow to the forum without manual work. To comment on the blog, you need a separate account from the one whihc exists for the forum(s). Possible solution: create a separate thread for blog discussion(s), to which - like the headline news - a post on the blog will automatically generate discussion threads that point to the forum. Nix the separate login/comment for the blog, and like the headline news section, integrate it with the existing system. I know (from experience) the pain that Headline News was to put together; and how easily such a feature can break. But, does it really make sense to keep the blog and the forum so separate - there's better SEO juice for TT if addressed, and overall more conversations and eyeballs to the community that makes up another aspect of the TT properties. Anyone else feel similar?