When it comes to genealogy websites, there is always more to them than meets the eye. That is very true of FamilySearch.org. Keeping in mind that this research tool is available to anyone, for free, it's hard to believe just how much research power is available. It's always a good idea to explore a site such as this, perhaps take a look at any tutorials they offer and make sure you are getting the most out of it.
In her blog, Empty Branches On The Family Tree, Linda Stufflebean recently posted about Research Wiki on FamilySearch.org. For those of you who are not familiar with this research option on the LDS website, I recommend you read Linda's blogpost and spend a few minutes exploring this valuable tool.
I often talk about "drilling down" when we explore research options during our meetings. There are many, many tools hiding behind tabs and lurking under links that go undiscovered because we don't take the time to explore.
Some of the best material is found when you are looking for something else! Hope you will give Linda's blog a "read" and take wander over to FamilySearch.org and take a look.