In the recent days, Tapatalk has made changes to their offerings for forum owners. They have disabled some features that we've had access to (for free) for years now, and they're holding those options ransom for a monthly subscription fee. At the moment, it's only a few features... but this is most likely the beginning of an expensive, already unnecessary add-on for our community. Taptalk often causes problems for mobile users and limits them from accessing all the features our site has to offer. Polls aren't supported, third-party add-ons, prefixes, the gallery, the upcoming member map, and other features are also unsupported. Our lack of support for the product, the limitation of the features, and now Tapatalk holding site admin features hostage for a monthly fee... we don't feel it is necessary to continue offering it. Tapatalk also displays small advertisements on our behalf, and they take a percentage of our income, which typically nets us about $10/mo depending on usage stats. They're getting too greedy and it could potentially get worse. Our statistics show that right around 27 members use Tapatalk on a daily basis. We're hoping that, even though those members are fond of and comfortable with Tapatalk, they'll give our new responsive mobile style a chance. We know there will be some unhappy members of that small group of active members that use Tapatalk, so let's discuss it here. What are your thoughts?