And I will say that XF's permissions system rocks...once you wrap your head around it.
What is puzzling me now, however: I have all of our staff set up as Super Moderators. This is supposed to give them moderation privileges for every available forum area. Yet, I find that I still have to assign them to a usergroup to enact those permissions. Is this correct?
And if I assign a usergroup, should it be a primary group, or secondary? Seeing how XF's system works, I could do it either way...but I am really tempted to use as few primary groups as I can. If I apply the "Moderating" group to their accounts as secondary, does the custom CSS still apply?
The same applies for administrators although, as I'm now finding, there are some features on the admin side that the entire staff needs access to, so I will be having to set up very limited admin accounts with access to User administration (as one example), and Notices.
Since all staff can access and moderate all areas, I am thinking I don't really need to use the Administrative group all that much since I'll grant moderation permissions using the Super Moderator status and Moderating usergroup to accomplish that. Administrative usergroup may just end up being used to style their usernames, perhaps...