Nowy, we all get that you don't like vanilla C3 and would not like it even if it was bug free. But let me make a number of points; (1) Some people do like it. I am not one of those people but I accept that some people, maybe a lot of people who play, like vanilla C3. (2) The game can be modded to almost any form or at least will be when modding is fully supported. (3) You have made many large posts of the game style you would like to see. I wouldn't agree with everything but most of it would make a very good game. (4) Here is what you must do to make your dream game version (mod) come true; (a) Go back through all your posts, copy them and then paste them into a Word document (or some other word processor). (b) Work through all your own suggestions and sort them into a logical order and delete duplicate items where you have just repeated suggestions. (c) Next, turn that document into a set of specifications for a mod. In logical, precise and ordered fashion, define all the changes you want such that a programmer could follow your instructions and build exactly what you want. (d) Then teach yourself to program or mod or go to a college or night school for the necessary lessons. Then make your ideal mod. (e) Alternatively, once you have produced precise specifications (and they must be precise) publish them on this forum in an attached document. Then call for bids from modders. This means they will bid a price to build your Mod. For example, a student who is good at programming might bid as low as say 100 Euros to build your mod if he thinks it won't be too complicated. You might even ask for an itemized bid and pay what you can afford for the components of your mod that you really want and save some money by not getting a few really fancy parts built. These would be the logical and realistic ways to go about getting the mod you want. Nobody is going to build it just because you want it. You must put in some specification effort and then maybe some cash if you don't want to or cannot code it yourself.