I have an idea, probably will be shot down, but I know that it worked on a forum I belonged to some time ago. It was a list of items called "Truism." This list is such a great source of information, that is overly complicated by so many very similar posts, with often contradicting information. Searches bring up so many different postings, it is difficult to separate what to believe or not to believe. The list of items would need to be overseen by "Senior" members who are known and respected, by the user community, as "knowledgeable" contributors with important & respected fact based correct information. And after being on this list for only a couple of months, I could name several that I think would certainly qualify. It already appears that there are at least a couple of possible "truisms" out there. 1. Version 1.6 is the best of the latest software packages. Solves a lot of problems! Prevents crashes! 2. Compass does not need to be calibrated unless you move to a location more than 25 miles away. Those are just a couple that come up constantly, and usually end up with the above conclusions winning out, true or not! Anyway, I do think that if this were put into place, the 15 or 20 items that seem to be coming up almost every day could be condensed to "Truisms" that would negate so many of the repeatedly ask questions, many from a dozen different directions, with different titles. The very first on my list would be the illustrated posting that I read this evening on RTH settings. The illustrated graphics are outstanding, and clearly explained the RTH function, better than I have ever seen it done before. One of the best positing I have seen! Just my thoughts to possibly make this great list better and much less confusing, especially for new comers.