: blink : I'm going to have to look back at that when I'm not fighting feeling ill. (Blasted allergies and such.) I think my brain just broke. Looks good . . . and interesting . . . just need a clearer head to read it. I'll put that whole issue on my list (which actually does exist) of various message board posts that I intend to read and take stock of between now and the 10th Anniversary SWT-G. Speaking of which . . . Work continues apace. The working DOC files of the SWT-G's October edition is coming along well. The release timeline is coming together quite nicely, and I am actually looking at bringing in some new assistant credits for a handful of really dedicated SWT-G readers who have stepped up to help proofread some of my recent additions. I'm all caught up on new material, but have yet to get much more into the Droids/Ewoks re-summarizing, any updating to the primer or old drafts summaries, and such. My main concern since the last edition has been the release timeline and making sure new stories that are released get summarized before they get lost in the shuffle. All-in-all, though, I'd probably expect a good 100 pages or so added to the next edtion. (Heck, the release timeline is already something like 67 pages long in and of itself.) There's also at least one in-depth interview (though I don't know yet if it'll be in print or audio) slated to be released with the anniversary edition, courtesy of Chris Aldridge. So far, there aren't any plans to do a special episode of The Butlerniverse about the release, but that might be how the interview sees the light of day, if it's audio. Meanwhile, I'm alternating work on the SWT-G with other projects I'm pursuing, so as not to go crazy.