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Two votes:

1. RSS: One of the weaknesses of any enthusiast forum is the ebb and flow of enthusiasm -- the most important factor for the success of an enthusiast forum is getting timely, correct and useful answers. But sometimes posts go unanswered or it takes a long time to get good replies. I'd reply more frequently if I was responding to a feed rather than having to find time to actively scan recent posts for points where I might have some value to add to the discussion.

2. Fewer forums: A single forum covering all mods/after-market products/factory upgrades/equipment/accessories.

There are "other" Prius sites where various topics are broken out into multiple forums with arbitrary distinctions that end up just making it difficult to search and find things when the topic doesn't have an each search phrase. eg. "adding an extra battery" ... could be "general" or a "technical" or a "mod" or a "performance upgrade" ... so I'd seriously just dump all the tech/mod stuff into one thread.
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Heh. I guess now's a good time to too my own horn and offer up my re-done version of the PriusOnline logo.


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Themes?

Not everyone think's subSilver's the bomb!

How about a Seaside Pearl theme, (ok bad example as that would prolly look alot like subSilver)

Half-Breed : 2004 Seaside Pearl #9 w/ XM, EV, & Auto-Lock

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I /M A NEW USER AND NEW OWNER. I AM UNHAPPY WITH MY GAS MILEAGE. ARE OTHERS SO UNHAPPY?

DR. RUTH AND ALAN
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Default Re: What would you like to see?

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Originally Posted by pete
I'm planning on doing some ugrades to the PriusOnline site over the next week or so and want to know if there are any new features you would want to see here. Some of the things I'm considering is a mileage database, chat room, and a searchable links database. Let me know what you want to see and I will add them if possiable.
Only thing I can think of (since it's so well done already) is the ability for the choice at the bottom for "Oldest First" or "Newest First" to either default to "Newest First", put the choice "box" at the top of the page or better yet remember your choice from one login to the next ie. "make a cookie" for it.

Oh yeah, and maybe get Coastal Dave to be more "active" - in all respects. (Kelley, are you "listening"?)

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Getting the word out about when to insist Toyota dealers try the Hybrid battery charger rather than
going directly to replacement of the Hybrid battery. We were just charged $3900 and then learned that the battery charger was available but hadn't been offered.
 
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