Many of you should be familiar with the theoretical physics stack exchange (and current beta), and are probably familiar with the arguments against that proposal.
As someone who's focused basically on classical physics, myself, I've been wondering if there is a better way to break things up. Firstly, a large part of the problem is that we have so many remedial level questions and homework questions. I wonder if the needs for such a breakup could be better served by leaving this physics SE as the "theoretical" physics SE (and by many accounts, I think this is already the best term to describe it), and create a new stack exchange focused around exchanging and answering physics problems.
By doing this, we could expand the scope of physics in stack exchange (something I think is missing in the other proposal), meaning that we could loosen the acceptance criteria for physics problems. I think that a physics problems stack exchange would have great utility to teachers as a problem bank, for students in classes, and for practice in general.