Some forum owners hate it when someone posts to an old thread. Others (and sometimes the same ones) will get upset if someone starts a new thread for a topic that has already been discussed. I would rather have one long thread on a topic than several short ones, and I don't care if it's an old thread or a new one. Nobody wants to see a bunch of threads about the same topic. At the same time, if you don't feel like searching the whole forum in order to tell whether someone has already started a thread on whatever it is that you want to talk about, just go ahead and start a new thread. I'm not going to get upset about it either way. If, for some reason, I really think that your new thread should have been posted to an old one, I'll just merge the two, and I'll split a thread if I think that it would make sense for them to be two separate threads, but I will mostly likely leave it as it is. When it comes to a question of starting a new thread or posting to an old one, don't concern yourself too much with the answer because it's not that big of a deal. I am mostly interested in what you have to say.