Too bad none of them really are giving the forum a chance, though. I only see one post, then out, on most of them.
Not to repeat on different threads, but...
There are significant differences in usage patterns between the forum and TT. Thus, you don't have too many TT readers engaged in back and forth, real-time, responses on the forum.
I wouldn't say none of us are giving it a chance. That's a gross generalization of the sort that helps polarize the conversation.
For those of you who don't/won't read TT, you might be surprised to know that a good deal of the hue and cry (though certainly not all of it) has been related to the fact (or the feeling) that the decision was made without input (or with minimal input) from the members.
There are certainly those who have had a negative response to the forum, but on the whole I think people would have responded better had there been an open discussion in advance of a decision and the members had input.
As for me, I've already spent too much of my work day here and you're keeping me from the saabcentral forum!