I agree with the above posts, however not all things work the same for all rabbits. My rex has problems with his feet if he is on wire, even coated wire, my rabbits have learned to unhook water cups from the side of the cage and they flip them around like toys, and my rabbits have to live outside, so rabbit.org is of little help. I guess my best advice is:
1) Rabbits have different personalities, so what works for other rabbits, might not work for your rabbit, so try to be open minded about things and flexable.
2) Rabbits need exercise, so if you keep your rabbit inside, rabbit proof your house and provide out of cage time, and if you keep your rabbit outside, weather proof and predator proof and provide a rabbit run or rabbitat.
3) Rabbits need companionship, so if you keep your rabbit outside or are away from home for long hours, consider keeping rabbits in bonded pairs.