I think the "member profiles" were the second most requested part of the new website people wanted to see. Because there's a lot to take in ... I'm going to do it in batches. We'll start with the main part of the profile, and then move through the tabs.
The main part utilizes the same look as the "friend feed" I talked about below. It's what the user is doing on the website. So you can quickly see if they posted an album review, blog, started a thread, things like that. My feed is currently dominated with bands I have been following as I test the website. So that's why it looks like this:
The modules on the right give you all the information about the user. A picture (clicking gives you a larger view), tools to follow or block the user, and a quick way to send them a PM. Stats and quick info is below that. And then a randomized quick list of who the user is following around the website + an option to view all.
The feed itself can be filtered and customized. And if the user has added in their twitter or last.fm name - you can actually filter their latest tweets or "recently played" tracks right into the profile as well.
Clicking one filters the entire feed to show just that ... for example; only blog stories.
... I'll move to the next tabs in my next updates, but as you can see there are options for the "Wall" (leaving public comments for users), more info (like the current profile), and then the user's blog and their images. Those are both pretty much ground-up redone.