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Just a quick message to say great work to Neo and any others who have helped with the upgrade - the layout, appearance and functionality of this forum ROCKS.

By far the best I have seen.

Excellent!

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What makes the forum is really the great people who use. This is exceptionally true for the long-term members and those who consistently help others.

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