These are some very valid concerns, and I will try to answer your questions based on what I understand about the new site. First it is my understanding that the new owner of RVPR really wanted to upgrade this site and make it more comparable to other review sites. If you look at any of those sites you will see that they usually display a username with the review. It is also my understanding that on the new site you will have one username that will be displayed with both your forum posts and reviews. This will eliminate some administrative security problems that occur with the old system and make the user interface simpler. No personal information will be tied to the username unless the member lists it themselves, for example in a signature line or a profile. I do not know at this point what will happen to signature lines and profiles on the new site, but those that are used now are already visible and tied to the display name, so some members have already given up some anonymity. I cannot speak for the programmers working on this, but I would assume that any information in your signature line or profile will be transferred to the new site. Therefore, if your signature line or profile contain personal information that you do not want tied to your posts or reviews, you should revise it now. Regardless of what you choose to put in your signature or profile, it will not be linked to your real name or email address (unless, of course, you use your real name for your username which we do not recommend.) Unfortunately, there is still the problem of any personal information you may have put in your reviews (knowing at the time that they would be anonymous) now being tied to your username. All your reviews will now contain your username (new or oldâ€”whatever you choose), so if your reviews are tied to your username and your username is tied to a signature line or profile that contains personal information, it may be possible for someone to figure out who (real name) wrote a review, and I can see how this would be a concern. All I have to offer at this time is that I will make the staff working on the update aware of this and ask them to try to come up with a solution. In the meantime, if you are concerned about this, I personally think you should not announce your new username on the forum. For example, if I had written reviews that I did not want to be linked to Texasrvers, I could change my name to ABC, and all my previous reviews would then be linked to ABC not Texasrvers, and no one would know who ABC was so the reviews would still be anonymous. But if I announce on the forum that Texasrvers is now ABC, then, of course, someone will be able to link the ABC reviews to Texasrvers and then possibly to my real name if I had included it in my signature line or profile. Just something to think about. The new site will allow park owners to reply to reviews for their park. While it will allow them to dispute bad reviews, it will also allow them to thank reviewers for good comments. They absolutely will not have access to your email address. Replying to reviews will be handled through the website, and there is no reason you should be bombarded with emails and spam. And unless you sign in at the campground with your RVPR username, there is no way a park owner will know what reviews you wrote. I have tried to answer your concerns to the best of my knowledge, but if some of my fellow admins have more in depth information, please correct or add to my comments, and I am sure that as we move closer to the updated website release date, more information will be made available.