Wow- had no idea FB groups were so specific, what are we doing in this $h1t-hole then? (JOKE!!)FB groups have become more mature, specialized, and easier to use. As a 15-year veteran of this forum I'll say those groups are my go-to for assistance or classified needs. For example, if I need to repair a crack or seam issue on a vintage Vistalite kit, the FB group already has the answer with hi-res photos, YouTube links, and responsive discussions. If not, someone will respond within the hour. Same goes for my vintage car. I was an active member of a Dodge forum until a FB community was established for that exact year and model car with thousands of active members.
Having said that I actually came to this forum after being on the V-drums forum for a few years because I wanted something where the discussions were more general re: drums.
Nothing against the V-drums forum at all (you'd be hard pressed to find a better resource for all things e-drumming) I just felt like most threads focused on technical issues rather than drums in general.