Powered by the Percentage Calculator.I love Drupal. I've used quite a few CMS and bloggin platforms (PostNuke, Xaraya, WordPress to name a few) over the last few years and once I tried it, I haven't even considered using anything else - the only exception is my sister's blog (Ania Mucha). It's very flexible and - with a little bit of tweaking - it can do everything I want (but cooking, but let's wait till Drupal 6 comes out ;) ). As with every piece of software - there are some things that I'd like to be done in a different way (I'm not writing better just because I don't like to see myself as an arrogant bastard). Some things appear not powerful enough (like RSS module), other areas are just too confusing (Drupal's documentation, anyone?). A tiny disclaimer: I'm aware that Drupal is an Open Source, community-driven project and what are this fact's implications. I don't mean to troll, it's meant to be a constructive criticism. If I'll say "this stinks" at any time, I promise I'd provide a less stinking vision of "this". This is an introduction to a series of posts about certain aspects of Drupal that I'm not that fond of.