Okay, I've updated temple.zip again. This should allow bards and sorcerers to use a higher level spell "slot" when spontaneously casting. Ugly little bugger - I might've broken something else. I don't *think* I would've, but it's hard to tell - the functions I modified don't seem to be extensively used, so it probably won't affect anything else, but... I don't know. Programatically, the changes say that when it checks to see if a bard or sorcerer has exceeded his spell level limits, it'll increase the spell level by one and recheck with the "new" spell. Also, when it checks to see if a sorcerer or bard has the spell, it'll accept any spell that the sorcerer knows that's the correct spell, correct class, and the same spell level or lower. (Before it'd only accept if the spell levels matched.) Logically, it sounds good, but the changes are kind of extensive, compared to the other fixes. Oh, also fixed a bit of weirdness with using lower level spells in a higher level spell slot in the memorization interface. If you say... stuck "Daze" in a level one spell slot, that spell slot would be treated as a level zero spell slot, until you closed and reopened the interface. Not really a major bug, but annoying.