You'd probably get more people finding the Confocal forum if its name weren't misspelled.
Confocal microscopy in and of itself is uninteresting. What's interesting is what you do with it, and that's hard to standardize. It's quite different looking at a fixed cell than a live one, for instance, or visualizing protein localization by GFP or immunofluorescence versus localizing chromosomes and genes by FISH, versus measuring nuclear NAD levels by autofluorescence.
I guess if I understood what your goals were for this post, it would make more sense to me.