I came to this site about six months ago, and I'm a frequent reader, but an infrequent poster.
I simply want to say thank you to everyone who helps make this site great. My wife and I got very serious about retirement planning (I'm 36, she's 35) this year. With all of the help from reading the forums, the wiki, the Bogleheads Guides, and almost all of the books on the recommended lists, we have gone from a 0.0% savings rate for retirement to 16.3% (of gross income). We're maxing out both of our Roth IRAs, contributing to our 403b's, and are prepared to stay the course for the next 20 years until we can retire. And, we're still living a comfortable life and not eating beans and rice every night. We may not want to retire in 20 years, but I'm eagerly looking forward to just having the financial option to do so.
So, Thank You to everyone who runs this site and the wiki. Thank You to everyone who posts, and everyone who replies. This place is a beacon of light.
Having my family come to this financial position and worldview is one of the best Christmas presents under my tree this year, and I am truly thankful for it.