A link in the footer of this page leads to Huddler home page and, from there, you can explore any number of other Huddler sites. Frankly, not all of the other sites need a platform that gives equal weight to, say, travel and travel-related experiences (resorts, backcountry destinations, etc,) as it does to consumer goods. What would be the analogue of the EpicSki Resorts section, for example, on the Home Theater forum or the Denim Blog (the goal of which is "to be The best site on the Internet for Jeans"). Then again if the Smoking Meat Forums had a section called, say, Barbecue Bob's Rib Trips or Chubby's Guide to the Pig Meat Highway or something like that, I'd sign up in a minute.
But there are also a fair number of Huddler sites that would be well served with a platform expansion that didn't try to fit the square peg of destinations, experiences, resorts, and other less tangible topics into the round hole of hard goods and other "stuff." Cycling Forums, for example, could probably use a section that allows members to list, rate, and review various established bike rides (centuries, road races, scenic multi-day supported tours like Ragbrai and Cycle Oregon), The Sand Trap is another Huddler site that is hobbled by the same product-oriented design that treats Golf Courses as products in the same way that the EpicSki Resorts section treats ski areas as products). And Stripers Online could probably use a fishing-destinations section.
Hopefully they've got the engineering resources at Huddler to enhance their platform in a way that will improve not only the EpicSki Resorts section but that will also add value to these other sites as well.