This is in relation to http://meta.math.stackexchange.com/questions/1868/list-of-generalizations-of-common-questions : I noticed that there have been quite a few questions (recently and otherwise) which to the trained eye immediately says "Apply Sylow-1, then apply Sylow-2, then Sylow-3, then chug."
It is somewhat redundant (in my opinion) to have so many questions whose answers all boil down to standard manipulations plus a computational step involving factoring some number; this question is to ask whether other users feel the same.
Should we create an "application of Sylow theorems" generalisation and just point users toward it in the future?
Another possibility would be to create a (sylow-theorem) tag so it would be easier for users to locate those questions (as a model/template for problem solving, I suppose).
Other ideas, suggestions, comments on why this is a bad idea, are welcome.
Per Alex Becker's request in the comment, here's a sample of stuff you get if you search for "group order" on the main site.