It's not uncommon for new users on a message board to be confused about posting a topic in the appropriate forum (in this case, Creative/Radicons). Those first few days or weeks for a new member are very apparent. I suppose this can be somewhat forgiven due to a lack of experience on the boards, but I'll move forward with this issue regardless. Toy Discussion is a subforum that gets a fair amount of custom-oriented topics, which are promptly moved over here. But even if a thread from an obvious first-timer is posted in the right part of our Creative/Radicons forum, why does it seem that our tutorials section is largely ignored? Is it not clearly featured or accessible? Is it simply an overall lack of diligence? This is just a trend I've been noticing with a lot of users, especially recently. And it's not just new members, either. You see this sort of thing from people that have been on the site for at least 2 or 3 years. Superquad7 and others are always making it a point for new members - or anyone new to customizing in general - to read up on the tutorials section. There's a wealth of knowledge there that goes all the way back to 2002-03, when Transtopia was around. I mean, how many times do we have to tell someone that rubbing alcohol is good for stripping off unwanted factory paint, or that cleaning a figure in soap and warm water is part of the pre-paint process? I know that I’m not alone in this sentiment. Discuss!