I joined a few years back to learn, specifically how to use the Festool tools; which ones would be of benefit to me, and which ones would not. Back then we had some very positive and informative posts from any number of people who do not post much any more - I'll hasten to add there are great posts currently, but not by the wider number of posters which existed a couple of years ago.
Additionally, since this is a FESTOOL site, the input from and reaction by Festool is abysmal; some little, some not so little. Little things like a Splinterguard which works on the TS75 at normal cutting depths when working with ply; little things like a pigtail for non-Plugit corded tools (specifically, the RAS 115, PS2, EHL 65, OF2200); big things like the truth about the Kapex issue; big things like prices, especially in light of the Deutsch mark/Euro vs the $USA, and so many others.
And, and air of divisiveness wherein the post(s) and reply(s) become(s) an attack of some type, which is never constructive seems to have become much more prevalent in spite of the ban on controversial issues.
I would hope for more information pointing out the features, advantages, benefits of Festool, and how to, by using Festool, work faster, easier smarter. I would hope the literal cornucopia of informative videos in German and other languages could be translated to English (either the King's or Southern) and shared on this site.
This is still a good site, but it seems to me to have fallen far, far short of its potential.