This is by no means a criticism of the existing moderators! The term "Moderator" has, over the years, come to mean someone who can give sound advice. Historically, it can be a misuse of the English language? On another, very old and established forum I frequent, they have two classes. "Moderators", who do that, and "Trusted advisors". The latter are elected on a very long term examination of posts and how knowledgeable the information can be. You can see the difference. Nothing prohibits anyone from posting alternative recommendations in the help field. The intention is to create a 100% reliable source. Maybe something to consider?