As has been posted in the News section of the website, SimBin has taken a stand on illegal modding. It's available here if you have not read it: http://www.racedepartment.com/2013/07/cross-conversions-open-letter-to-the-community-from-simbin/ RaceDepartment has stated that we will not run illegal content on our servers and of course we do not allow discussion of pirated/illegal content in the forums. As I am currently the one picking car classes and venues for the Club Racing events I find it easiest to stick with content from the game and the addon's. There are some that would like to use modded content, tracks and cars and I would use them if I knew they were good. My experience in sim racing was limited in the past to Indy cars and F1, more recently a deep immersion in RD and the Race 07 game. I can barely make a skin let alone convert or make a track or vehicle! Because I lack a knowledge of so many of the other simulations and games it's very difficult for me to determine if a mod is legal for use in the RD servers. My read is that a mod should be OK if it was: Scratched, meaning not hacking parts from other sim and collected them together Made for Race 07 From earlier SimBim product[GTR, GTL, etc]. It could be original content converted or scratch built and converted Was made from scratch for a non-SimBin sim and converted to Race 07 Some of the readme's that accompany mods are clear as to how they were prepared and some are not. My problem is with the vague ones, the one's where I have no history for the track as to which game it might have come from or just how original the mod might be. My post is to ask for your help as modder's to help me determine which content to add to our Resourses area so it can be used in the servers and available to all the RD members. The first track I'd like information on is "Singapore GP 2008 v1_0000 by 6ecko" which appears to be a scratch track built for rfactor and converted to R07, is that the fact? I hope you guy's can help me with this. Everyone appreciates a good mod and it's nice to see them used in the Club. Thanks!