As some of you know, Marisa and I have a rather large to do list related to Pixel Scrapper. Actually, we have several lists, and they have gotten rather out of control. In addition to server administration and bug fixes and support requests we have a large number of new features we want to implement on the site (you've suggested some great ideas in the feature request forum), and it's hard to know where to begin.
We want to fix the bugs that are most critical, implement the features that people want most, and update our help system where people are most confused. We need to focus on the most important items, because our to do lists are too long to attack in a haphazard way: we don't want to spend a lot of time implementing feature X when people really want feature Y right now, and bug Z is causing people to leave the site.
To help us know where to focus, I'm going to spend some time implementing a data-crunching system that will tell us more about how people are using the site, what aspects they find most valuable, and where the biggest problems are. This system is going to take some time to set up (probably one to two weeks to get the initial metrics in place), and will put a hold on new features being implemented for a while, but my hope is that it will allow us to work more efficiently and productively later on.
Please realize that we are not ignoring your feature requests! Every feature request is important to us, and I will get to that list just as soon as I get these metrics in place. Thank you for your patience