I feel like having a "like" button without a corresponding "dislike" button is detrimental to not only free speech, but also as a good gauge for figuring out the value of a post and also value of the poster. We know Facebook and other crap social media sites just try and increase viewership with no attempt to increase the value of the content. But I think you @Baron are striving for more here at ET, and it just makes sense that to properly gauge the value of content, it would be incredible beneficial to be able to track the up-vote/down-vote ratio. Youtube had this until they got rid of it, and it was so useful. If you saw a video on lets say how to fix your toilet, if you saw the dislike button had a huge number of clicks, it was obvious that this video can just be skipped as it either contained useless information, dangerous information, or not even relevant to the title. I often even watched heavily disliked videos just to see what all the fuss was about, and sure enough, the dislike button was spot on with the assessment. So being able to see which comments have dislikes, not only likes, would be beneficial. Also, in the few past months, I've ignored posters JackMorgan and MacBookProHo who in my opinion are completely useless posters. But I think it would be incredibly useful/fun to see a list of who the most ignored posters are. I bet that you will see a trend in that the most disliked posts probably come from the most ignored posters.