I think his complaint was that people are re-installing the game periodically due to problems in KotB and that is a hassle when it involves re-installing Co8 5 as well. I've gotta say two things: - the 'to combat this bug, do a complete re-install!' advice gets thrown around far far far too often. Personally I think unless there is clear evidence the install is broken this advice should simply not be given: and unfortunately 'my game has minor bugs and issues' is as much evidence of a correctly installed game of ToEE as it is a badly installed one. - that being said, people who have had slowdowns in KotB - performance issues, not bugs - have had some success with reinstalls, judging by the feedback. Now, to utter heresy - if the Co8 5 module is deactivated, (such that the data.Co8 5.0.0 module is sitting off in the corner) then surely the basic Atari game could be uninstalled / reinstalled without the Co8 5.0.x stuff bing touched? Installing ToEE doesn't write a thing to data.Co8 5.0.0 or modules / Co8 5.0.0 so surely people could be trying reinstalls of either Co8 5 (if there is a bug with something we have modded) or ToEE (if there is a bug in the engine of some sort) rather than both. This may go against everything cmputer people hold sacred, but we're not paid-by-the-hour computer repairmen looking for the easiest way to get past the problem and on to the next job (ie. with a blanket re-install). Or we shouldn't be. EDIT: Sirchet - rtm KotBFE will be phased out once the differences between it and ToEEFE are reconciled. We should only have one Front End, ultimately.