One feature we have on PMSE, that we try to promote, is our Project Management Chat Room. Chat, unlike the Q&A portion of the site, can be used to talk about anything you want.
Consider dropping your question in chat. This meta discussion will hopefully serve as a bit of a promotional piece for your question, and maybe a few community members will jump in and join the discussion. However, most of the chats I've had with people weren't necessarily "active" chats. For instance, many times Zsolt asks a question at midnight, and I answer it at noon. ;) This is okay. Chat doesn't have to be real time, and any activity in the chat room is positive. The more people who participate, the more "active" and real-time this chat can become.
Th advantage of chat is that conversations can lead to deeper questions, ones that expose a real problem you're facing that would make a great Q&A piece, so in the end, what transpires in chat may very well end up on the site in some other form.
Think about the real problem you're facing
We strive for this site to be the final destination for getting answers to questions. We have a great community of project managers who, when asked a question about a problem, can give a great solution.
So, think about why advantages/disadvantages is important to you. What problem does this solve for you? Most likely, there are others facing your problem who would be helped by the resulting Q&A piece, if exposed.
Maybe there's more than one problem, which means maybe you have more than one question. :)
If there is no problem, and you're merely curious, then I'm not sure the question would work out. Some of the tool advantages questions still exist on our site, and the spam they attract lowers the quality/attractiveness of the site.
With that said, I hope this helps you tailor your question to our site (or to help drive interest in our chat room). If you need more clarification or guidance, please let us know. Thank you for participating in our meta! :)