Bear with me, please. This turned out longer than I thought. Okay, so I'm not a newbie to website building, I've built dozens of websites for non-IM clients and a few affiliate sites for myself. I usually have a general flow of things and can build a site within a few hours if I'm in the mood. I've ranked a few medium comp sites using only on-page SEO, solid content, and decent interlinking. I don't really do a focused "silo" I just kind of make sure certain things link to each other. So what am I doing here asking something so simple? I just picked up a domain on a whim after talking to a non-marketer friend, shooting the shit over beers, we were talking about a subject and he said, "you should do a site about that." I picked up the domain after said beers and realized I should've thought it through a little more. I'm knowledgeable about the subject, and it's somewhat sub-niche, but it has many subcategories, so I tried to build a flow chart and make a mock silo and I'm stuck on how to attack the user flow. Generally I'll do something like this. BestKitchenSupplies(.)com (Pages) - All about knives -- 10 best chef knives -- 10 best carving knives - All about pans -- 10 best frying pans -- 10 best sautee pans (Blog) - category-knives -- random posts about knives - category-pans -- random posts about pans. (Posts linking back to relevant pages) But my new site gets a bit trickier, here's the flow chart. It's somewhat of a collectible site. So you've got: Landing page: LeagueHats(.)com Subpages: -The league's official hat. -Tribute hat A. -Tribute hat B. Where it gets tricky is the blog and subcategories. Ideally, I would want a category about hats, then maybe a category about shirts, another about socks, whatever. But you've got a large number of teams. You can't have that many teams as subs for each category. I could use tags, but I was thinking about possible using that for players. If I use the teams as the main categories, I can't have subcategories like "Team A socks" and "Team B" when I should just have "League socks." If I have them all as their own categories, I'm going to have even more archive pages repeating themselves. (I know I can disable in Yoast, but I'm trying to think of other ways here.) Sorry, this post was long-winded AF, I'm under-rested and I'm sure it's just going to take another brain to remind me of something simple, but I figured it would be at least worth the discussion for others reading. Hopefully one of you will look at this chart and point out the obvious.