1, I was talking about time relative to the topic, I was talking about time relative to my person. I was busy and still am busy to give a more detailed response. 2, the word Private doesn't have a subjective meaning, when I talk about a private server I am talking about smaller communities within a certain bigger community having secluded access to their own servers (You know, the types of server you would be on for different games or areas of life). This isn't to say that Project Mayhem mightn't flourish because it (at the current point it time) has a smaller community or that it also won't flourish due to a hoped influx in people on release. I also wasn't arguing that a different program would lead to "disaster" as you liked to put it, I made a single statement that showed I didn't have the time or interest to post at the current point of time. Also bringing "which leads me to believe you have used Discord very little" into this is just kind of sad. Just because I didn't want to go into specifics doesn't mean my knowledge is lacking in a certain area. As you know all VoIP programs have the same mentality, If there are more people online, more people are willing to join, If there are little people on, people who come don't see the point in staying. This is why I'd say discord has worked so well, because it allows people who can't be pissed to type away instead of actually interacting with one another vocally bringing the whole moral of the situation down. Two very good examples of this would be Savage Game's public discord (Skybounds) and TheHive's public discord (Hivemc). If you don't believe me, go check then out for yourself, they both have hundreds if not thousands of players online at a time with only 4 people max in the voice chats while everyone else is actively typing away. Now as I said before (and don't get me wrong), this can be seen as a negative or positive, I just see it has a negative. 3, I don't think you quite saw the point I was going for there, but you sure as well proved it right.