Wink, wink, nudge, nudge, phish, phish, phish. Actually, I do think about stats here all the time. My ratio of likes to posts. Will @brookdalebill still be a "Tele Axpert" when he hits 100,000 posts? What is the most posts anyone has written in a single day (the limit is 2,880, unless it is a DST day with the extra hour)? What is the most likes anyone has gotten in a single day? What is my posts per day ratio (the old board used to show that)? Is there a likes limit to a single post? A reply limit? Who has the lowest posts per year for an active account? Who has the most? Who has the most posts in a single thread (I may already know that one - @Kirchensfan would be my guess). What is... If I had access to the back end database, I would probably have a field day with this. And I agree with what you are probably thinking - none of this really matters. Well, there are probably no true limits to a lot of that; relational database design and all that. But is there a board restricted limit to reduce lookup time and complexity when the program is building the client side HTML? Who decided on the limits? Why? I cannot be the only analyst that dreams about this kind of irrelevant BS.