I have decided to use WP to create a "review site". Notice: I said site, and not blog, because I'm not planning on BLOGGING (for the most part). I am planning on writing a review page, linking it to a parent, publishing it, and moving on to the next one. I'm using WP to simplify things (page-creation, enable users to leave comments, menus, etc.). Currently, I have the site set up such that each item being reviewed is a PAGE, not POST, that allows comments. For now, these pages all use the same template. I have set the PARENT attribute for each page, to create a hierarchy. Think of this example site... US-States-Starting-With-A.com Alabama.htm Alaska.htm Arizona.htm Arkansas.htm I want to set this up so that I can expand the site to US-States.com and "move" the US-States-Starting-With-A.com contents under US-States.com without disrupting the whole US-States-Starting-With-A.com content. US-States.com would be laid out like this: US-States.com US-States-Starting-With-A Alabama.htm Alaska.htm Arizona.htm Arkansas.htm US-States-Starting-With-B US-States-Starting-With-C ... US-States-Starting-With-Z Hopefully it's clear that I want to build the site from the "ground" up. I will build very specific pages, and then build more general pages at a higher level. I believe I will just have to link them together correctly using the PARENT attribute for each page to accomplish what I want. So - some questions: 1) Am I going about this the right way? 2) I plan on back-linking to each individual review page and having the link juice flow UP to the MAIN site. Realistic or not? 3) My template will have a PHP-created menu that contains the "children" of a particular page. I found this page explaining one way to accomplish this. Any reason to do it a different way?