Regarding the top user pages, I really like the feature of showing the current user (i.e. you) at the bottom if not in the top 20. But that can be misleading. I call this the woohoo-I-made-the-top-X-wait-no-I-didn't syndrome. The usual format I see for top X+1 lists is to have the ranking next to it, so that on a page like C# Top Users you'd see:
1. 34.8k 6.8k Jon Skeet 2. 19.3k 5k Marc Gravell ... 20. 2.5k 846 Henk Holterman 20301. 6 13 MPelletier
Now I see myself as 21st, which is obviously wrong, but having the numbering somewhere would be nice.
As it is right now it's double the confusion if you're at the bottom of both lists, "Last x Days" and "All Time".
Alternative, less verbose format:
34.8k 6.8k Jon Skeet 19.3k 5k Marc Gravell ... 2.5k 846 Henk Holterman ------------------------------- 6 13 MPelletier (#20301)