I've been doing a bit of a GedankenExperiment, wondering what would make the perfect Mac website? I meant to think through the ideal Mac website, as I've not found it. But as I process what's there so far, I've got more a mini-review of key websites I've found. But I hope you'll toss in your thoughts on what would make a killer Mac website, or if such a thing need to exist. HTF Mac forum: This HTF forum is an excellent discussion forum. People are courteous, give great help, and tend to stay on useful topics. But it is not a full-on Mac website; notably there aren't proper reviews and the "membership" is fairly small -- perhaps 10 - 30 core people here. MacLife has a broad forum, but really fails as such. Weird categories, low quality postings, and arguments over worthless issues. The website proper has some good info: rumors, reviews, etc. Ars Technica has outstanding technical reviews: in-depth, intelligent, very useful. But the are infrequent and not the focus of the site. The forums are of little use, I find. MyFirstMac is a great idea: Macs for Dummies website. I frequent it, looking for tips and tricks. But I've found the info generally to be mediocre. There are obvious errors in the info given. It's clearly written by people with only moderate computer knowledge themselves. Perhaps it will mature, but I'm losing interest. AppleInsider: infrequent, but high-quality reviews. Don't know about the "society". Back to my original point: what's the ideal Mac website? Or does it exist already?