To break page load time down to determine whether slowness is caused by network latency, database lookups, etc., you'd have to run something at the server end.
Its been said before (tye?) its the database
If you save-page-as and serve the same page as static page via network, you can see how much faster it loads
Ditto "heatmap testing," as far as what menu links people use; the simple menu design means if you want to know how many people click on "Meditations" (for example), just count the hits on it in the logs.
IIRC the top 3 are The Monastery Gates, Newest Nodes, and Recently Active Threads
The next three are probably "FullPage Chat" (Other CB Clients) and "preview page"
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