Builders, whether you are a seasoned pro, with tracks in the rFactor 'HOF', or with a fresh 'BTB EVO' license and not a clue on how to start, you're going to have questions- lots of questions. With so many sites to go to to find the answers to your question(s), it can sometimes be frustrating to search through forum after forum after forum. You end up winding your way through conversations, rather then specific answers. What I am proposing, (with permission from RD?) and asking for opinions on, is a single site, in 'wiki' format, where you can easily search out your answers, with keyword hyperlinks, quickly and easily, while adding new information along the way. Following the 'Wikipedia' format, I have created a wiki with multiple topics, covering everything from BTB all the way to CS4 and 3dsMax. What I am hoping will happen is that as users begin to join the wiki, they will all add their own spin on any software they might use to create tracks, materials, objects or textures, etc. Even if someone just bought BTB, and doesn't know where/how to start, they could join the wiki and read someone's content of basic instructions on the features of BTB, pointers on the layout, the buttons and what they do, how to begin a simple track. Yes, this is included with BTB, but it can all be built upon, giving any builder tips on better, faster work flow (especially like the more complicated 3dsMax). As that thread gets built upon by others and 'spreads out', covering more and more topics, the reader could get multiple tips from other experienced builders because any point that someone wants to embellish adds more detail to the thread. Imagine just having a texture problem and being able to find multiple tips and tricks others have posted, giving you a better track without scrolling through page after page of chatter, insults and carrying on about "Who killed who"! The only content you are reading is instruction, pointers, tips, tricks and all around easy to read help. Who doesn't appreciate that? Whats already covered? BTB, 3dSimEd, 3dsMAX, CS3,4, ZModeler, Paint Shop Pro, Sketch Up, Gimp, ISI, Sandbox, PC requirements, and any others that are yet to be suggested. For which sim platforms? rFactor, RBR, GTR2, GTR Legends, GTR Evolution, Racer07, NFS, NR2003, etc. If you can build a track for it, create the content for it! What's possible? You tell me! It's a wiki, ready for builders to add content! If this is to grow and be useful for you, builders, then it must be created by you, the builders. The only content that would exist within the wiki would be added solely by track builders, for track builders, who love what they do and want others to experience a popular track release. Right now the wiki is not public, and in beta form. What I am looking for are some builders who are SERIOUS about helping me put the final touches on it and prep it for release. The more involved you are from the start the better your chance of being an Administrator as well, meaning the opportunity, as well as responsibility, to help maintain and improve the site. There's no point in my doing this if no one knows it's available to them. No content is useless content. Anyone wanting to help with this endeavor can simply PM me and let me know how you would like to help. Now, I don't intend on offending RD or other websites. I have no plans on 'stealing' content, members or anything like that. The purpose of this wiki is to be a huge, on-line instructional site for track builders only. Hope to hear from you!