I originally read this thread at work and didn't remember my login details and then forgot to reply until I saw the new digest just now. This is definitely one of the best and most informative posts in SSPLO and should definitely be IMO. Or maybe make a quick FAQ sticky and add this link there?
There's several questions new players ask over and over again, it'd be easy to make a quick FAQ that answers the most common newbie questions, and links to some of the most useful posts/articles such as this one.
I disagree with the need for keeping separate bankrolls though, unless you have some tendancy for gambling problems or otherwise bad management. eg. if you know you need to have ~20k€ for backup and living expenses, you don't really need to have them on separate account to realize you shouldn't be playing plo400 when you have 25k€. I guess that is in a way two separate bankrolls, but they don't need to be physically different.
I've never kept my poker money separate or had any strict bankroll management rules, yet I've never been even close to having my bankroll drop below my comfort zone. If you're patient and responsible with money and don't have some big tilt issues, common sense should be a good enough guideline for you. But what I've learned from reading a lot of poker forums, I guess for many players having strict rules for BRM could be a good thing.
Thanks for the kind words. I agree that the rolls dont need to be physically separated, just that you keep a close eye on the "life rolloker roll" ratio on an excel sheet for example. However works the best for you.