In reading threads regarding 24 hr bans for mentioning web sites I feel the need to come here and ask the player base what are the most important items in UO that need to be looked at. Because it seems that EA/Mythic has a skewed view on matters. So I ask the player base: Is it more important to ban players for 24 hrs for mentioning a web site? Is it more important to investigate bugs? Is it more important to investigate exploits? Is it more important to investigate hacks? The list can go on and on. But instead of just one person saying what is important maybe players showing what the majority feel are real issues with the game are. I am not asking what should be nerfed, just opinions on the biggest issues that UO should focus on. My opinion: Since the GM's are suddenly on a 24 Ban spree for mentioning web sites, I think they need to review what is happening. Since EVERY website is illegal and since UO.com is so out of date and lacking in player information. EA/Mythic either needs to make a revamp of thier boards or stop giving problems to fansite boards. If these bans are because of sites placing Trojans to visitors, then UO.com REALLY needs work. If you can't trust any site other than the companies, then it is the responsibility of that company to provide up to date quality information, and have a means of TWO WAY communication on that web site, ie. FORUMS. To me this looks like a Multi Player game that is looking to have no communication between players except for in game. To me that sounds like a bad idea and one that will contribute to fewer and fewer subscriptions. I am sure EVERY company out there worries about thier player base and issues with web sites hurting the player base. But, every game I have tried has their OWN FORUMS as well as supports fansites. But it seems UO is breaking with this concept. But wait---even the Developers and Community Relations personnel have posted on sites that players are now getting a ban for. Something stinks here, and I already took a shower. Thank you your time is reading and responding.