Darryl, The idea of a single go-to place to correct misinformation is a good one. Since you do not have a team or even a dedicated person going around trying to put out fires then have a single fact based source that addresses the truth is a great idea. That way anyone, be it an emplyee, a customer or Tesla fan can answer with a quick link to the page without having to write a full explanation of the facts. I would advise though that if you create this place, people will come. Instantly. This new reactionary FAQ page must be attended to as soon as the rumor is out there. The web is instantaneous and the quicker you put post the counter argument the better. Of course, having the truth on a page will give “anyone” a place to link to when they read about the stated error. At the same time you may wish to populate the truth page with links to the offending articles. That was you are part of any search on the subject. Now let’s talk about the name. Mythbusters is an amusing show on the Discovery channel (where one of the Hosts has helped develop a EV ATV). Stealing the name is a bad idea. You need to be more original and company specific. Your team’s suggestion brings up the name, “Whiney World” or, “Whine’s World”. “Whiny Siry’? For the short run you could go with a name like “Roadster Rumors” or “Roadsterisms” but for company saying power I suggest “Tesla Truths” or “The Truth about Tesla(s)”. (A counter to your most nemesis’ site) Again, if you decide to do this (and it’s a good idea) you have to be vigilant. Your Tesla Snopes site needs to be absolutely current and a safe place to go for the straight dope. That way when any EV or Tesla EVangelist finds an untruth about the car they can make a link to your truth page for you. You may wish to have an easy email or blog place for anyone to give you quick nip-it-in-he-bud misinformation feedback.The more you empowe your customers, the better.