Man.....am I the only one who is WIKI challenged??? I hate that thing. Can't find anything. I need some serious WIKI training.
I am currently paying someone out of my own pocket to migrate FAQ content into the wiki system since nobody seemed willing and I do not have the time to do it all myself. Once that is done the old static FAQ pages will be changed to redirect links to the corresponding wiki entry and it will function basically the same as the FAQ. It won't be better, it won't be worse - it will basically just be the FAQ in a new format.
It seems like the intended function of the wiki (current, up to date, information) is already being provided by searching the nsxprime forums; the FAQ serves as a reference for simple information, such as stock wheel offsets, fluid capacities, etc., and in this role, it does not need constant updating.
Certain sections of the FAQ, eg wheel options, body kits, etc., were outdated, but if you wanted information on the current selection of body kits, I don't think the first place you're going to look is the FAQ, or even a fully updated wiki, it would be the forums.
I understand the concept of the wiki, and I use other wiki's frequently, but for nsxprime, it seems cumbersome, and unnecessary. If you have already spent a great deal of time (and it seems expense) trying to get the wiki off the ground, it is difficult to simply scrap the system, but from a hassle/benefit point of view, it doesn't seem like a priority. I still prefer the simplicity of the old FAQ section for quick reference over the wiki, which is difficult to navigate, and packed with features which are probably never going to be fully utilized.