Well I'd like it to be so that all members, even new ones can withdraw items, however I'd also like to make it so they can only withdraw one tabard each. I've also set it so that everyone now have access to free repairs.
We've got a social/casual raiding guild, with a lot of people of wide-ranging levels on at all hours.
We've got ours set up so that the first tab in the guildbank is open to everyone, 3 stacks allowed per day. It's mostly low level stuff, ie. green gear, foods, 10-12 slot bags.
The 2nd and 3rd tabs (accessible to officers only) are items for sale to members, at a 50%ish discount off auction house prices. It's mostly crafting mats, a few scattered blues, glyphs.
4th and 5th tabs are open to officers only, for withdrawals to be given to members who are going to use
the stuff. We keep an eye on the ah, to make sure people aren't taking anything and then re-selling it.
6th tab is raid supplies only, open to GM and raid leaders only.
The tabards are pretty cheap, and tbh, I don't think there's a danger of anyone taking a bunch and trying to resell them.
My peeve with guilds lately: Too many of them mass-invite lowbies, and then just ignore them. http://www.wowhead.com/spell=83940
being the reasoning behind it I think, there's no other reason for a lvl 25 guild with large amounts of 85's to be inviting lower level people. Sure they get the benefits and perks, but if they're ignored, they won't stay. Why should they? Involve everyone
. We have officers responsible for levels under 70, with events scheduled at least twice a week. Just helps people get to know each other. Naked lvl 1 alt runs thru STV will do that.
Rant off, sorry lol.
Edit: my iPad's inability to underline and go with italics at the same time, duh Edited, May 16th 2012 1:26pm by Vorkosigan