As smart phones have become so powerful and with great browsers supporting all the desktop standards I think the current mobile version of TPU is far to limiting. Beyond that, I think the most limiting thing is realized with tablets like the ipad, galaxy tab, or any of the other large screen tablets. I've included a screenshot below showing how the mobile TPU site looks on an ipad2 along with how the standard site looks when my browser is identifying itself as the desktop version of safari. Basically the desktop version on a tablet is 100% usable, you can still cycle through reviews, you can still load images into larger sizes, you can still do everything you do on a desktop. But the problem is forcing the browser to identify itself as a desktop browser negatively effects other sites who have an optimized version for tablets. TPU is one of a very small number of sites that force me into using a work around to be able to view the site as it should be seen. Most tablets run between 1024x768 and 1280x800 and utilize powerful graphics and dual core ARM processors so they are entirely capable of running the desktop version. Even modern smartphones fall into those hardware specs and are just as capable. Some sites will actually prompt you if you want to view the desktop version or the mobile version when you load them to avoid this, and I think TPU should do the same. Or perhaps allow some switch in your account that would let you to set your preference for mobile devices. Would this be something TPU could come to offer? Is this something anyone else here would like to see offered?