Definitely agree with this. The group was never really all that big, maybe 10 or 12 members at most, and we all ended up hanging out with each other in different areas. The things that kept us glued to the FF - prequel movie anticipation, game nights, book signings, book discussions - either ended (prequels), got done in the 501st events instead (book signings, discussion), or we just ended up doing anyways without the need for a structured meeting (game/movie nights). Maybe it's just a failure of my own imagination, but the different things that Fan Force groups can do are all done (and with LucasFilm-approved costumes!) by the 501st Legion. There might be more room for discussions about the kiddie cartoon or the eviscerated EU in a Fan Force setting, but....well, you know my opinion on the current state of the Star Wars franchise. And again, those of us who made up the Fan Force ended up talking about those things when we were regularly hanging out anyway so the need for a meeting to rehash everything just wasn't there. And then, of course, there are the plagues of R2-Detroit ever since its inception: finding a central meeting place, and decision making. We've never been good at either. This. I did try, make some attempt, but again there's the problem of finding a regular time, finding a central place to meet, getting the word out, getting the former member's interests back up, and finding something to actually do at the meeting itself. Otherwise the meeting just turns into what they were at the end: a roll call, followed by a bunch of B.S.ing until we decide lets just chat over food or see a movie and we leave, with hardly anything "Star Wars" having been done.