Hi everyone. I just came across this comm and joined it. Hopefully I can bring it back from the dead, lol! I just signed up on Dreamwidth at the end of April this year, and love the site. I have been a screen reader user since the mid-90's, and just got my first Mac computer as a Christmas present last year. I wanted to point you to another nonprofit organization that has a review website geared towards people with disabilities. Full disclosure: I volunteer for the organization, so I hope that's okay with y'all for me to post a link to our website here. So without further adieu, here it is: http://www.jjslist.com . This organization is based here in Illinois in the United States, and we recently merged with an employment organization. I was going to help out with site administration, but our back end is not screen reader friendly. A former co-worker sent me a link to a half-built starting page for what was to be our new site. That page ended up being very accessible with the Windows-based screen readers I was using at the time, but I couldn't get it to read at all on my Mac. She did this at the beginning of last year, and still no improvements have been made to our back end. But the front end is very accessible with all screen readers I've used to date, and hopefully it is with the other screen readers in existence. Please pardon the spelling and grammar mistakes; those are not mine.