Thanks. That's good to know. Q2A works well, so the basic functionality is very good. The problem, though is the design. It's terrible, even if you have the ability customize the theme, certain parts of the theme (like presentation of users), is nearly impossible to theme without major hacking of the code. The WYSWIG tool for Q2A is also absolutely horrendous. Very confusing, and buggy. It should be simple to allow upload of images to questions via a seperate form field, like it's done in Wordpress. Q2A has this functionality via the user profile form, but for some reason they can't add it to the Question form? I thought LampCMS's WYSWIG was absolutely brilliant. Loaded fast and very intuitive for any user.
I just wish that whoever is programming Q2A would look at other programs, like LampCMS and incorporate some of their design and usability features. Programmers usually don't like to focus on design and usability, but ultimately, these things make or break a site. One of the reasons why Facebook became huge, was because it's design was simple, elegant, and it was easy to use (especially for uploading pictures). I could say the same for Google.