I don't think you can call my guide inaccurate based on some vague recollection that it supposedly took me "a long time" to fix an error on it one time 10 years ago. I don't buy that and I hope that other people are smart enough to not buy that either. The site has always been a combination of my own guides, other peoples' guides, and feedback from users of the site. I definitely value peoples' feedback and I always fix any errors people find in them or "running changes" people tell me about. If you know of "threads" or "blogs" that are more accurate than the resources on the site, then tell me about them and I will link to them. This is definitely more helpful than complaining about something that happened 10 years ago and telling people the site is "inaccurate".