I second that. Finding the correct forum, etc., is more cumbersome than well thought out forums like Neowin.net (very large), PCGuide.com & many others. They are straight forward.
AND... for a giant, international corp., this forum is VERY slow, compared to > 50 large & small forums I frequent. It's slow no matter what time of day or day of the week. Very few well developed sites I've ever visited are consistently this slow.
Yes, you may have a lot of visitors, but surely could make (& afford) necessary changes, upgrades in servers, bandwidth, forum software, etc., to handle the user load. It should be an embarrasment to the corp.