I didn't want any potential misunderstanding to spring from this or some unfortunate misreading of the situation so I've taken a moment to explain what I just did. I appreciate the effort that you go through while working on this wiki but I had to revert the changes due to approach to style. That and a smidge of personal taste.
Basically I prefer the way that Wikipedia approaches topic levels and naming. Mainly they use two '==' per section and '===' if there's a subsection and so forth. The same with the way they name topics. First word is capitalized unless one of the other words is a noun.
For me just using one '=' comes off as appearing too large. As for the naming process, I've used it for so long that it's just what I like.
I hope this clears everything up and doesn't offend you.
Thanks again for everything!
--Ikari Shinji 04:30, 11 April 2011 (UTC)
...I also just noticed that I've been violating my own personal tastes when it comes to topic headings. Hah! XD
I'll have to make a call whether or not to fix that or do what you did.
--Ikari Shinji 04:59, 11 April 2011 (UTC)
I just realized I had never bothered to do it. Most of the pages I fix because some get really long and it gets confusing without using the level H1, and then they all match as far as style. I also put blank lines between sections because it's just lots easier to read when you're trying to fix a typo. That's all, really. And yes, you should be pick one :p.