Q. What is HRCI?
A. HRCI is awesome. (The real answer is here)
Q. Is HRCI free?
A. The Halo: Reach Challenge Initiative is free to use in every way. You'll never have to pay a dime to use any aspect of HRCI. Of course, you could donate, if you wanted to help out a little, the link is at the bottom of the page.
Q. I found a bug, how can I tell you about it?
A. You can either email me at halo2freeek [at] gmail [dot] com, or use the handy Feedback form.
Q. What are those pretty colors on each challenge for?
A. The code behind HRCI automatically attempts to categorize each new challenge. There are 4 categories: Unspecified, Firefight, Campaign, and Multiplayer. The colors represent those categories; Firefight is red, Campaign is green, Multiplayer is blue, and Unspecified has no color.
Q. I've got an awesome idea, how do I get it to you?
A. Please read the previous answer.
Q. What does HRCI offer that I can't get on other Halo: Reach Challenge sites?
A. Magic. Seriously though, HRCI offers anyone with a Twitter account the ability to share their own tips and tricks for completing the daily and weekly challenges in Halo: Reach. These tips can be commented on, to add more information (or dispute wrong information) and they can also be voted on. Tips voted up will appear higher in the list, tips voted down will appear lower. It also offers Twitter interactivity so you can (if you choose) share with your friends exactly what you're doing on the site.
Q. Why does the notification at the top tell me to upgrade my browser?
A. It'll only tell you that if you're using Internet Explorer 8.0 or older. The reason for this is that HRCI was designed using CSS elements that aren't supported in the older versions of IE. Upgrading is painless and will allow you to have a better (visually, at the very least) experience while browsing and using HRCI.
Q. I've got a question that wasn't listed here.
A. I'm sorry to hear that <3