Those who sign up are getting a lot more opportunities and freedom than from the previous site. I like how this time, instead of this just being a website mostly for admiring the band members, it's more of a place for the fans to get to know one another. If I had a flashback to the old site, it would feel more off, messier, somehow. Here, things are neater, more organized, and it's easier to get where you want to go.
I'm positive that there isn't a large number of fans who are unaware of how much the guys care about their fans. There's no way they can ever find the time to check out the countless number of comments we post (unless they discovered the ability to freeze time which, honestly, I'm pretty sure they can), but - and if you need evidence, hop over to mikeshinoda.com - it's very obvious that they like to be active with their fans. The new site simplifies this. I guess the start of the new decade brings lots of changes. :)
Yes,of course I like it.But I'm now in China,something cannot be able to use on this new site.I hope the Chinese gov can do sth to prove this website and give us a chance to view sth like Myspace,Twitter and YouTube