I recently posted on Meta.SO about the example questions, answers, and comments found on various site's about pages, and was told that although some sites have auto-system-picked examples, the mods of each site can change the example questions.
Currently, the following answer is featured on the Super User about page:
If you look at the actual question's page, the answer shown as accepted on the about page is just another answer on the page. I don't frequent SU, but from the portion shown on the about page, that looks more like a comment than an answer. (If you look at the actual answer actual answer, it has a few more the words that make it a possible answer rather than a comment, but these are hidden on the about page.)
Also, I'm probably being nitpicky on this one, but later on the about page, I saw this comment featured (Notice the bad grammar):
I don't frequent SU (I'm usually on SO), so maybe I'm missing something, but I think better examples could be chosen.
Would the SU mods consider manually picking one of the best questions here to put on the about page to help new users better understand the site?