Favorites List in Website Posted October 29, 2002 The problem I have with the 'X people consider this one of their favorites' approach is the anonymity. For example, there are several caches in this area that were designed with newbies in mind, and they have proved quite popular. So, looking at one of these, you might find 25 people, with no more than 4 finds each, consider it their favorite. The profile page approach, though it may a little unwieldy, has the advantage of offering a overview of what that person considers a good cache. If I'm going to a new area and have limited time, I'd rather base my potential selections on a local cacher with a fondness for mountaintops rather than an equally proficient person whose preferences run to tricky urban caches. This isn't to say I don't enjoy the latter, just that if I have to pick 5 of 50, I'd like more feedback than sheer numbers.