*Notice: Please be respectful. This is not intended to be a slam-fest. Also, if this topic has been covered, please feel free to move it/delete it. Additionally, I am new to DoA so I am sorry if there is something "wrong" about this post in anyway... So, one thing that made me fall in love with BJDs has been the media aspect surrounding them. One thing that has been fascinating for me is the way that BJDs are marketed by various companies. Especially since they tend to be meant for world-wide appreciation! There are always a few things that bug me though, and I thought if we could (politely) list some good constructive feedback, it might help give web masters some ideas on improvement. Additionally, praising great aspects of a website can be helpful too! Here are just a few things that frustrate me: 1.) My main irritation is when companies don't let you enlarge photos or see details on sold out/discontinued items. I know I may never get to have this item anymore... but I want to see what you created and be able to appreciate it! 2.) A lack of status updates for years despite active use. Just let us know you are still indeed in business! Even no news is good news! Otherwise I have to hunt around to find out if people have been working with you recently. 3.) Not being able to see FAQs without being a registered member. Especially if the questions are in English but the membership sign up ISN'T! Please won't you let me be an automatic guest?! Some of my favorite things: 1.) Links to other websites/ company partnerships. I love being able to go directly to a website that creates custom clothing for a company's specific doll body. 2.) Being able to look at dolls/accessories/clothing using either a size OR company name. Sometimes I want to look at EVERYTHING available to a doll of a certain size for sale, and sometimes I just want to see the overall look/style of products by a certain company. 3.) Having a place for customers to post pics of their dolls. Nothing better than getting to see even more pics (and less professional ones for that matter) of dolls that you are interested in buying. You can get a better of idea what the doll looks like "in real life" and when used as an art model as well. Plus I love getting to see unique and different face ups, alterations, etc. 4.) Showing eyes/wigs/etc. on a model head. I can never quite trust my own mind's idea of what a specific item will look like on a doll head without seeing a general example. I worry that I won't like the item once I see it used on a doll, if I haven't already seen a picture. So what do you like/dislike about different websites?