I guess you n00bs will be forgiven for not being familiar with the well-documented delays here recently. The wishlists for cameras to be reviewed are growing (there is a thread about this), and the camera database is littered with "previews", i.e. placeholders for reviews that may or may not appear. The entire first page camera sensors listed is marked preview bar three entries, and the second page has more of the same. That's over 30 cameras that are out in the wild, waiting to be reviewed, and that's ignoring the fact that some cameras have not been listed, casting doubt on whether there is any intention to ever review them. The only ones that are getting reviewed are from Sony, Canon and Nikon, skewing the market in ways that aren't good for the industry at large, or the consumer.
The site itself is broken in several places, and there's never any official response from the company, they just let the criticism trickle through like it doesn't matter.
What they don't realise is that after making themselves the de facto web-wide standard of sensor performance (snapsort takes its scores from here), it now has a responsibility to maintain a certain standard, otherwise the positive advertising effect it may have had on sales of its desktop software, may turn to a negative one.