http://www.redesignme.org/ is a Flash-based beta site where anyone can post video, photo and text of a product with usability problems. You can also add comments to other people's postings (down with OPP?), ratings, and most importantly, post your own design solutions in image or video format. The goal of the site is to "promote simplicity in product design" and give "a signal to industry".
The site has a friendly, comic-book feel, although is a bit navigationally clunky. For example, when I submitted a new example (poor placement of the volume control in the Mini Cooper), I had to refresh the site following submission to view my entry. And when viewing a full-size image I had to negotiate three vertical scrollbars at one time. I also can't send you a direct link to my posting. Let's chalk it to growing pains - it is a beta, so please don't submit the site as a self-referential product example. A simple registration is required to submit content.
This site is a great idea - a slicker interactive update on classics like http://baddesigns.com/
Thanks to Maxim Schram of Ease of Use (Netherlands) for this link.