Hello, I am the VP of Business Development at My2Centences in New York City (www.my2c.com). We're a non-traditional film production company because we're two years into the development of a collaborative post/forum application called "Fanlib" for which the most immediate consumer is most likely community oriented fan sites and fan fiction sites. To learn a little more about the application, please see: http://snitchseeker.fanlib.com/RulesInfo.htm We launched a beta test screenplay event (called the "Potter Project") on Snitchseeker, which is a Harry Potter fanfiction site, and the results were promising. Over the course of the event, the site's membership increased from 9,000 to 20,000 and their ad revenue increased by 80%. The business development team here at My2c is trying to evaluate the potential market for this: ...and we're having some trouble. There's just not a lot of research I can find on the size of the very-community-focused market. I thought that someone here might be willing to help me find some figures or point me in the right direction. Because vBulletin has market share of sites that value a functioning and active community, I think there may be a quantifiable and significant portion of the webmasters who use vBulletin who would love to add the functions that fanlib makes available to an existing community base. I think Jelsoft might even be interested in reselling fanlib to its existing vBulletin customers, perhaps as a part of the CMS/Portal Package it (as I've heard) plans to sell as a seperate add-on. Any help/comments on this matter or very very appreciated. Thanks.