This software is nicely done, but what is truly a disappointment is the way the communities are set up. After getting used to Yahoo! and Google, participating in iSpQ communities is a huge letdown.
End users have the ability of create their own special "rooms", but these exist only as a long as you are online. So communities cannot actually thrive continually, as "My Room" revolves around you, not your specific interest.
Let's face it: iSpQ is software for men who want to view naked women, and for women who want peddle their bodies online. The rest of the end users are banished to "Clean Chat" for conversations that fall along the lines of "hi", "show me your " or otherwise similar come-ons. The other channels on iSpQ are all but deserted (what the hell is a "Ruby" room anyway?)
In the end, iSpQ is really supposed to be about like minded-people getting together. To that end, the software succeeds if its aim is to attract the lowest tier of Internet culture. The rest of us who have more interesting things to say (or even show on webcam) go to the more popular online communities, even if video isn't supported.