This is actually a great idea, MGBguy.
One thing I've noticed is that time and again new users come here seeking advice. Those new to Linux gladly accept the rules, and generally see their new found freedom as a big adventure. Which is really nice and lots of fun for both sides.
Then there are those with Linux experience, who are simply curious about our wonderful PCLOS, and look for ways to adapt and possibly even help out themselves.
Finally, I sometimes see those with Linux experience trying to bring their experience of how things were done on distro so-and-so. Not good. It always leads to misunderstandings, tension, and more often than not to breaking away.
So please, if you want to use PCLOS, check out the sticky posts, check the magazine, hang out with the rest of us, and simply accept the ways things are done here. We don't want installs from external sources for a reason. Our devs/packagers are working their butts off giving us all the latest and greatest, but all within the rules of usability and stability.
When asking for an update or something new, go by what has been working for years. Use a package/update request already finished as a template. It's so simple, but, of course, requires a basic knowledge of common sense and how a forum works in the first place.
And ... respect!