1) A profile css builder, that basically takes all the css vbulletin has on the profile template (as well as any new css that needs to be added) and turns it into easy-to-understand css builder with input boxes so the user can change the colors of their profile page, each user gets their own individually saved css for their profile. It would also allow the uploading of a background image. I will design how the css builder will look (mockup and an html template of it), you just code the functionality to make it work. 2) Seeing as how we are now editing the user's profile template, I want to take the user's profile a step further and make it module-based. If you've ever used a cms, like [url removed, login to view]'s CMPS, you'll know what I mean by modules. Basically they are boxes of content that can be rearranged, added, removed, etc. To take it to the extreme, you could look at [url removed, login to view] or [url removed, login to view] to see how the concept works. Ultimately I would like the user to be able to pick from a list of modules and then rearrange where they want them on their profile. VBulletin has a 'hooks' system built into it which would be perfect for this type of thing, but it is up to you to see what works best. I haven't really researched into hooks, but she gave me two URLs to check out: [url removed, login to view]+hooks [url removed, login to view] The best example of a module system, and the way I would like it to be similarly done, would be [url removed, login to view] and how it has a nice profile builder and module-based system where the user picks from a list of modules and rearranges them. Further details will be provided over MSN or email.