I think that members should own their own content and be able to edit or delete it (just like Facebook)

+1 for this suggestion.  

Scott - FYI, you can subscribe to the general forums so you automatically get notification on all new posts rather than having to manually mark something as Favorite to get new emails on that. Just a thought.

To echo what Tom said, this is becoming more and more critical for me as well.  I really don't have time to click a link every time I get a Community update in order to see if its something I am interested in (or can contribute to) or not.  

I also agree with the removal of the decoration, etc.  Just the content with a link to the thread at the bottom of the email please.

Confirmed - I see Tim's name in the tab title in Chrome when I go to that page (but I see my own points)

Tom - you  need to click the "Favorite" tag at the top of the topic page, and that will subscribe you to that particular topic (the label will siwch to "Unsubscribe" once you).

It's not intuitive but it works (sort of - you can't do anything but digest subscription which leaves quite a bit to be desired)

Thank you both!

Derek - Your second solution doesn't compile for some reason (that was my next try after I saw that > didn't work).  Your first solution is what I had (temporarily) settled for but it put the > on a new line so it was really ugly in the source (and I wasn't sure if line breaks in CSS selectors was valid)

Fabian - your solution works very nicely, thank you!!

Stefan - thanks for the feedback.  I originally tried > but the problem is that then it writes out to the page as exactly as > so it is not a valid CSS selector.  

I need it unescaped in my CSS in order to make it valid.  So is there a way to have it not break the compiler but still print out in the source as ">"?