I am wondering about this rule: -- Cinefactus in "Rules and Guidelines" (#4) 1. When I upload an avatar, the Avatar Editor dialog says "It is recommended that you use an image that is at least 200x200 pixels." (Which I did, I hope without offending.) 2. I looked at the profile pages of several prominent members of the forum, including staff. Almost all of them have a profile image which is larger than 100x100 and 8 KB. Most are about 192 x 192, and sizes I saw varying from 5 KB to 58 KB. It seems that photos for the profile page are scaled down to 192 x 192 if they are larger than that, and scaled further to 96 x 96 for display in threads (i.e., beside the post where the poster's identity and information is shown). 3. What is the purpose of this rule -- for example, to conserve storage space on the server, to reduce data transmission and page load times, etc.? 4. If we're going to have a two-part rule specifying a limit of m x n resolution "or" SIZE KB, could we please clarify whether that means (a) an image must satisfy both conditions i.e. have resolution less than or equal to m x n and file size less than or equal to SIZE KB; or (b) an image must satisfy at least one of the conditions. For example, under the current rule, it is not clear to me whether an image of 120x120 pixels resolution but file size 7 KB would be acceptable.