I have another suggestion for how to overcome some of the challenges with the way in which ads are posted inaccurately/incorrectly (given this seems to largely be what the thread points out these days). It would again be a (potentially) significant task for Admin to undertake, but given how many ads have been posted over the years on this platform (and many very accurate) there should presumably be the database of info somewhere to facilitate something along the following: When listing an ad, have a selection of drop down menus for your bike brand, model and year that would then auto populate the respective fields in the ad. Much like you already have to select the category you want to post in, you could select bike brand, model etc. Fields could still be left as editable in case necessary (e.g. to point out all the upgrades!) but it would be something along the lines of online forms autofill in that it provides the relevant info for a bike without having to list all individual items (the 'Yes' ad comes to mind here). As mentioned, there is is presumably a database of all ads previously posted over the many years that could be used to gather the relevant details. Or even if it were a database of the spec of all stock bikes over the last decade. If you bike wasn't there, well then it's manual field completion as is currently the case. Granted, this is likely no small undertaking from a data perspective but again a suggestion as an alternate to the loss of comments and perhaps improvement on the classified listing system to keep things as accurate as possible. The above is not infallible and there are almost certainly still going to be incorrect listings, but then the report button comes into it and perhaps a "quick" fix for admin. Also the suggestion is most applicable to whole bikes and less so individual parts, but given what has largely been raised here as "issue" ads, whole bike listings seem the most problematic. The above suggestion almost certainly needs to be unpacked further as to whether it is workable, but again it's an idea to actually reach a resolution of some sort.