Well the less people that are here the more random people's posting times will be. So if we aren't on the same page you'll just forget. It's not like we used to know when certain people would be on, but we did know that someone would be.
It doesn't help when the shows progressively lose their souls and become cash grabbing corpses. That may have been the main reason I don't come often. If I don't have the urge to talk about something, the feeling like I'm going to explode if I don't share my thoughts, then why else would I come?
My toku life in general is on heavy decline really, I drop Sentai's now (which I thought I'd never do), I don't even remember what Kamen Rider is, and PR is just in a different place now with no intentions of evolving.
This is why I'm still excited to watch Ultraman. Yeah, the new shows are definitely way more toy-heavy than their predecessors, but it's the only tokusatsu series that still experiments and doesn't always stick to a format. Last year, Ultraman X framed an entire episode around a news crew following and interviewing XiO for a day, and the episode was presented as a special report. You'll never see Kamen Rider or Sentai try anything like that.
I can't attest to Garo since I haven't watched the show yet (waiting on O-T to finish their scrubs of season 1), but it sounds like that's become a major alternative for a lot of fans who have also become jaded by the big two franchises. Honestly, I'm feeling that way too. Zyuohger is the first Sentai that hasn't been trying to irritate me since Gokaiger (that's five years!), Ghost has become a trainwreck, and Ex-Aid looks pretty awful.
So yeah, I think the overall decline in quality and interest in the new shows is something else to consider as to why HJU has collapsed.