So over the past few days, I've had a couple interesting ideas that I think may be beneficial to the forums. One of them would be a last post preview, and the other would be an expansion of the device information idea. The last post preview idea: The idea I have here comes from being actively engaged in threads. Its not uncommon that when a new reply comes about in a thread you participate in, that in no way does it relate to you. So what I thought of was a way to take a quick look at the last post that doesn't involve loading a new page, and scrolling all the way to the bottom. In the Last Post column of a forum, when you hover over that cell, it shows you the number of replies and views (information that is redundant considering the same information is right next to that cell). So I suggest one of two things. First suggestion is to apply the same hover text found in the Thread / Thread Starter column, but of course, use the last post instead of the OP. Second suggestion is to create a new pop up that actually shows the full text of the last post, or at least up to around 300 - 350 characters worth. The expanded device information idea: In some device forums, such as the HTC EVO Design 4G, it can become hard to keep track of not only software and OTA versions, but also devices. The EVO Design 4g forums encompasses two devices, three carriers, and still to some extent, two versions of android (GB and ICS). And that's not to mention the devices used outside of the US (mainly India) and those flashed to other carriers. I think it would be beneficial for forums such as these to include either a link to a new page, or encourage a sticky thread that will list current software versions and a history of OTA update information. I would like to add that it would be only logical to include these stickies or links in both the regular and all things root forums for devices in such circumstances. Those were the ideas I've had recently, and I would like to see that somebody also agrees that they could be beneficial to our forums. I think it is safe to say, that these could actually prove to be handy tools to some forums and their members.