I noticed that a negative feedback thread had been discussed, but had been closed due to the controversy. If we figured out a way to uniformly provide unsatisfactory feedback, could it be done? I realize there is a Positive feedback thread, however not everyone posts there, so just because someone isn't on it, doesn't necessarily mean its a negative. My thought was this: Responses to the thread would answer three questions, and three questions only. 1.) From whom did you purchase eggs, birds, or other items? 2.) What did you purchase? (eggs, birds, or other items) 3.) On a scale of 1-5, one representing "dissatisfied," and five representing "extremely dissatisfied," how would you rate your experience with this seller? These three questions will provide information as a 'buyer beware' warning for other members, limit the amount of personal interjections, and hopefully prevent flaming resulting from uncontrolled responses. By controlling the answers with these three questions, and limiting answers to one word only, we can constructively give negative feedback as necessary to prevent other members from having negative experiences or financial loss. So what say you?