I am a huge fan of Jim's that would love to see him have great success with Pan X. One of the things I think about is the non-programmer who might want to use this product. Most of the posts here are quite advanced in nature and cover items a non-programmer would not even think about. So, what would you think of generating some add-ons that newcomers would be willing to spend a bit of money on to get a Pan X sample? These addons would be created by those of you with lots of Pan experience. I do a lot of webpage design using Rapidweaver and there is a whole cottage industry of addon stacks and templates to help create web pages. Couldn't Pan X do the same? The samples we have now are from the 1980's and, in my opinion, shouldn't even be shipped along with Pan X. New samples for invoices, bank statements, stocks, etc. where one would pay $10-$30 depending on the complexity would seem to me to be a great idea in generating interest. These would be basic templates that would then be customized by the purchaser for their own use. Right now, one starts with a blank page and has to do a lot of figuring out before putting anything useful together. Any thoughts on this?