Agreed. We get a lot of drive-bys and a number of theists who seem more interested in talking at the atheist regulars here than to us. Those who ask sincere questions, acknowledge when they've made mistakes and otherwise genuinely engage with us godless types should be recognized and appreciated.
On the internet, it's all too easy to find one's own little cluster of echo chambers and never venture outside them. We should keep in mind it's quite possible for this forum to become that, and understand our theist regulars' role in preventing it.