TheG's guide to torrenting.
Ok, so having been in the "torrenting world" since 2004 and been on almost all decent trackers, i've got to know it quite well.
We all start off signing up to torrent sites with the same common goal. Wanting easier access to a better range of torrents at quicker speeds. However, for many people (especially here at T-I), somewhere along the way, the message gets lost and they end up wanting more trackers due to their 1337less. People seem to forget about content and speed, and instead become more worried about their rarity.
However, believe me, this is a unfulfilling and time-consuming path which eventually leads you to the initial cause of wanting trackers for content and speed once you realise how much bullshit these rare trackers are.
Now, to REALLY get the most out of your trackers in the least amount of time, follow this simple 3 step guide
1. First off, join 2 trackers for each tracker genre (1 for backup) who don't have stringent HnR rules.
My recommendations for the main categories would be:
0-day : TL/IPT/SCC
HD releases: You don't really need a HD tracker but if you insist, CHDbits is pretty easy to get and is good.
TV: You don't fucking need one. SCC and their archive section or even IPT/TL cover this one just fine
Non-scene content: TL/IPT for those early p2p movie releases
None of these will penalise you for HnR'ing and they can all be gotten quite easily be just asking even if you are a new member here at T-I except for what.cd, which can be gotten by bullshitting your way through their interview quite easily.
2. Now buy a seedbox (a decent unmetered one from somewhere like evoboxes) for 1-2 months max rather then having one for many months which will probably cost you about the same and kill off a shit-ton more time.
This should easily allow you to get 1-5TB one all but the music trackers where you should be able to hit like 300gb given you get a freeleech period.
3. Leech away.