I generally visit about once or twice every day, and use a desktop. Very occasionally if I'm away from home I use an old laptop, or someone's desktop if there is one. The idea of visiting any sites using a mobile phone or small netbook is laughable with my eyesight; I would have to squint all the time.
As Colin says above, the site is good for obtaining advice, and if any of us can help a little towards solving someone else's problem now and then, that is a bonus. I like the freedom of expression of the site, and the ambient pleasant camaraderie between people. It is one of the most friendly forums I have come across which, being a 'Hippy' forum, it naturally should be.
As regards the layout of the site, I find it a bit rambling, but that is also one of it's joys - you can come upon unsuspected gems of information in almost any thread. I invariably spend more time looking around than I should, even if I haven't logged in and am only lurking.
The 'Hippy' world is very diverse, so it must be difficult to cater for pretty well every aspect of that diversity. Maintaining a site like this I think would be almost a full-time occupation; certainly very time-consuming.
As for what else I personally would like to see, perhaps some form of local contacts or groups in given areas might be useful, like totally unrelated forums sometimes have. But this does raise the question about if you meet like-minded people locally, do you then tend to neglect the site, because you have found new local friends? Comments welcome about this one.
I quite like the site as it is, but making it more modular might mean less time on maintenance.
As most people in the poll (so far) seem to use desktops instead of expensive mobile devices, perhaps there are good socio-economic reasons for this*. (I can pick up a decent s/h desktop online for around £50 to £100, plus carriage if it's too far to pick up. It should last, with care, maybe 5 or 6 years for what I want it for. Price that against any new mobile device).
*This means, in plain language, that maybe a lot of us, like me, don't have a lot of bread to flash around).