I would love to see some sort of searchable database on FUoS. As each submission comes in add it by gamertag, game, type of abuse (sexual, violent, etc.). Would make it much easier to find repeat offenders and would provide a handy tool for parents keeping tabs on their kids. (And where are the parents of these adolescents spewing filth on voice chat?) As a gamer, I understand that trashtalking is part of the game. If I stand in fire, if I miss the shot, if I pull threat, if I aggro the pat - feel free to flame away for those reasons. My gender, sexual preference, heritage, etc. has no discernible impact on my ability to play a game and should be left behind at the login screen. The personas we portray in our online communities are extensions of who we are in real life (hardcore role playing communities aside). No one that acts like an insufferable bigot in a game is all sweetness and light in the outside world. IMO, the more an individual gets away with undesirable behavior in an anonymous environment, the more likely they are to amplify those traits elsewhere. Allowing the behavior to continue without negative reinforcement will spill over in to the real world and we will all - gamers and non-gamers alike - suffer the consequences.