We had quite a debate about this among the mods because she posted the other day in the vendors forum about her Indiegogo campaign. I didn't think anything of it and ordered one of her autographed books. I've been troubled about this for awhile because I'm friends with many of the people we've run off the site in years past for having funded adventures, like Lyndon, so I have to go to Instagram to follow them. And I got some flame-o-grams for letting Egle post in vendors. What we decided is first, with regard to the forums, if you have something to sell on places like Indiegogo or Kickstarter, you should be able to post those things in the vendors forum. Not in ride reports or anywhere else on the forums, just vendors. We're not a party to the transaction and who are we to blacklist Kickstarter or the legit creators who invent cool stuff for motorcycling? People like Lyndon and Egle are in the top 0.1% of adventurers, they are some of the characters I had in mind when we built ADV and I hate flaming them away. We have to make a judgement call, as we do for all other vendors, so we don't have vendors selling stuff that has nothing to do with adventure motorcycling. As for the new editorial home page written by a combination of inmates and writers, which is what you're referring to, I expect there will be constant questions about this. Why did you guys review a KTM but not a Husky? How did you decide to interview Cort Rand about his motorcycle tour company in Ecuador? I think on those editorial pages, the writers should be able to write about products they love, and Sid apparently loves Egle's book. I know I do. I suspect the writers will interview many other authors about their books too. Isn't that a good thing? It's not the same as inviting those writers to come into the forums and pimp their books, other than in vendors—which they're free to do because we set vendors up for that purpose.