Fair point Tom. Many of them are, very likely, hackers of some degree or the next. Most, if, in fact, not all, of our past problems, however, came from the general public, rather than the Signing NDA members. If there was any one thing I truly regret about the project, it was ‘going public’ up on the original forum to the private forums’ home (Cheeseportal). From that point on, there were countless problems involving hackers/crackers/smackers, & God knows who else. We are, in fact, trying to fine tune a system for signers which will offer a much greater level of security to people who want to join but have reservations about just that sort of thing, but…for me, at least, I don’t see that this will be a rapid development. I think having a positive attitude is really the more important thing to the project, itself. (Reaching into the internet gaming culture has certainly provided an education to me) People like to make their own changes, which is what we’re really looking at, in the long term…making modding something that is more or less user friendly to people who don’t want to deal with any actual programming, & testing the waters from there to see how much further we can go without violating our agreements.