I float around occassionally to a few different boards, though the only 2 I check regularly are here at Jedidefender.com (of course) and Rebelscum.com
I used to float over to GH.com often, but now it's about once a week... GH is alright, but loads entirely too slow for my taste, and the board has little traffic really...
Scum I read now more than post...
Sometimes things just BEG me to reply to them though, like someone recently posting "Well Star Wars figures are bought by kids more than G.I. Joe, so that's why SW figures have rubbery weapons".
I like Star Wars too, but let's call a spade a spade and realize that Hasbro's just cheap here... Joe's been outperforming the SW license for some time now I believe. It's a shame people just can't admit their favorite toy line maybe isn't dominating the toy industry like they'd like it to though.
Scum's full of posts like that anymore though, and arguments, and fights, and general tedious nuisance junk that really just makes it not worth getting involved sometimes. Thus my migrating over here was not a difficult decision.
I generally don't post that much on forums at all though anymore... No time it seems. Not like I had in the past when I could type out a 3 page relpy to someone being completely foolish in a topic.
Anyway, I also sometimes pop into.......http://www.gpxd.com/Index.htm
This is Ground Pounder's 21st Century Toys X-Treme Detail website/forum... All forms of small (Under 1:6) scale military toys are discussed there though, even Star Wars (Since it has a military theme). Mostly just XD (and their 32X) though, or A18 (Dragon's line) or BBi's Elite Force 1:18.
Sometimes I run over to http://commandchamber.net/
also... This site is dedicated to the Dark Forces/Jedi Knight/Mysteries of the Sith/ Jedi Outcast series of games, and the editing/modding community that goes with them. You'll find add-on levels and such for your games there... It's predominantly single-player though, as multi-player has a large separate community and SP is grossly overlooked.
If you want the most out of your game though, check it out because there's some GREAT add-on levels to games that have come out... I'd say the better add-ons are VERY superior in overall quality to what Lucasarts themselves put out. And the good ones are like mini-games unto themselves really.