It is really a shame that an issue which should come down to common courtesy is turning into "Bash the Spoiler-Free". This is our last opportunity to experience a Star Wars film. If some of us choose to take drastic steps to avoid anything mildly spoilerish, this hardly seems the time to tell someone to "grow up". By allowing these images, you are potentially causing people to avoid their own FanForce boards. Isn't that counter to the goals of FanForce? The non-spoiled were easily able to avoid spoilers, and yet continued to use the boards prior to AOTC. We knew what was safe and what wasn't. It seems entirely reasonable to hold the same expectations for Ep. III. Whether or not icons and images were more difficult to obtain two years ago is secondary to forcing even one Ep. III image on anyone who wishes to avoid them. I think that's all the spoiler-free are asking - that we be able to decide for ourselves whether or not to view an image. It would not be necessary to change the entire spoiler policy. There would be no reason to alter what is allowed on the tf.n main page or in the spoiler boards. The spoiler-free can simply avoid them as they have always done. But we should not be forced completely off the boards because we wish to be as surprised as possible when the time comes. Regards, M.