Update: sign here: http://www.petitiononline.com/gt5GTP/petition.html i was just reading one other thread about PD not making a specific website like the one forza has. it got me to think that this is not right. sometimes i feel that GT is made by some entity outside of this world. we know nothing about them, we don´t know if they know we exist, or, quite honestly, if they care. being a member of sites like operation sports, and knowing iniciatives like forza network, the halo communities, it´s clear that with web 2.0 developers are having the smart idea to comunicate with their fans. this provides great ideas for development, its a huge part in games like NBA 2K7. developers actually know what their fans want. since we are members of the biggest GT fan site, we should do something to get in touch with the PD guys. why that doesn´t happen? is it a huge language barrier? are they arrogant? what can we do to make this situation a bit better? just a brainstorm to get some ideas... don´t get me wrong, i love GT to death, but the game concept is the same since 1997 when the game was first released in japan. the same nagging problems that are still a hurdle for this great franchise. a quick example: we have the same tuning parts to buy since GT1. nothing big has changed since them. we know cars have more parts, so why not make them avaliable? what they managed to do in this particular aspect was to take out racing modification, loved by most fans. anyway, every know and then we have board challenges, and its a great way to unite the various fan sites around GT. how about uniting those websites to make a proper wishlist of things that we want to see worked for GT5? in the end, the developer has a vision of the game, but wouldn´t be nice if we could at least have a say in the game? throw some ideas, maybe come up with something that PD hasn´t tought about it yet. what do you think guys? can we build a communication channel with PD? how can we do that?