I've been on the network a while and have earned the "trusted user" privilege on multiple sites. I have a pretty good idea of how things like voting and answer acceptance work.
On sites where I don't have a lot of rep, though, I get new-user reminders: "don't forget that you can accept this answer", "please consider leaving a comment" (on a downvote), and I think I've seen another but I can't remember what it is. Is this really necessary?
The use of the reminders already depends on the reputation of the current user (not everybody gets these). I can't tell what that reputation threshold is; I don't see anything about this in the privilege descriptions. I just got one of these reminders on a site where I have 445 rep, so it's at least that high. We wouldn't want it to be as low as the remove new-user restrictions privilege, but does it need to be as high as it is? And what is the threshold -- is it bundled into established user and I'm going to be seeing these for another 550 rep?
Could this threshold be lowered? Maybe the grant of an association bonus should remove these reminders?
These reminders are canned SE-wide messages ("remember to accept an answer" etc); they do not in any way involve per-site conventions or site-specific expertise. This is also not a request to change other privileges.