I also fully support Tangerine's idea and would love to be involved. A quick question though: Would this be more like an actual publication or one of those community projects that many forums put together as a sort of 'best threads and contributions of this month' summary? I assume by the description that it would be a combination of both, which is cool. I'd be glad to do either articles or editing. I think it could be nice to have 'correspondents' for the various metagames that could document the month's activities. Tournaments, interesting trends, statistical analysis - that kind of stuff. This would fit directly in line with the idea for Metagame Analysis, and obviously would allow everyone involved to optimize their contribution to this. For instance, I was heavily involved in the first month of the new UU metagame, and as a result I felt confident enough in my knowledge of the metagame to make quality suspect nominations. At the same time, a lot of my knowledge of Standard at the time was lacking, and most of what I could say was either speculation or outdated. Now, I don't necessarily want to be a UU correspondent or anything, but if we needed an analysis at the time I feel like I was one of the more qualified people to work on it. I mention this mostly because while most people play Standard and not much else, we do have users who are very much in tune with the lesser played metagames. Users who could provide thoughtful commentary that would increase activity on those ladders, as well as interest in general. This is especially the case for Ubers, as I recently found out when I prepared to play my first DP Ubers game - less than 2 weeks ago. I was surprised to see how many other people who were involved in the community actually hadn't played an Ubers game this generation either. Hell, we could even have an article on Little Cup or something every once in a while if we wanted.