Hey. We have a few skins, created years ago, and I'm not sure if if the functionality is still relevant. On one hand we cater to a diverse crowd, narrow niche but cutting across all demographics; 20yo guys have different preferences than 80yo women. Staying neutral loses both, we need to be personal and visually attractive. On the other hand forums are just a part of the site, so if we decide to continue giving a choice of skins on forums - we'd have to mirror that across the site too. And giving visitors the option to change style might interfere with branding, i.e. visitors won't recognize the site the next time they clear cookies. On the other hand the only difference between our skins is color and background image, so the impact on branding might not be too bad. I never tried skins outside of forums, not sure how it would go. I guess worst case scenario I could enable it for users and disable for visitors. What I'm unsure about is - do visitors even get to the point of skin selection, or do they browse away when the landing page doesn't match their needs, style-wise? Say I'm a 30yo man looking for a gaming site; if I land on something pink - I'm out of there in 0.5 seconds, wrong site. Extreme example of course, my landing pages are more neutral, but really some of my users want black metal while others want daisies and butterflies. What's your experience?