I have decided to move my main Civ play to my stronger desktop, I have been playing on a laptop that just cannot handle the later turns. It ends up causing me to become impatient with my games and make poor decisions. So now that I have set up my desktop and lap-top in a tandem style, I can play on one machine and use the other to write up notes and such on games I am playing, since these days I rarely play any true "offline" games at all. Between the Nobles Club, the Lonely Hearts Club, the Pick Your Leader, the BotM, shadowed RPCs, etc etc, I generally do a write up on almost every game I play. Still working on the actual physical set up of the whole package, but I have installed Civ IV on my stronger machine. Since I have a nice, pristine install of Civ IV: Complete, I want to run a MOD. I have been hooked on the HoF mod ever since I started using it, but I have recently become aware of the BUG MOD. It seems to do everything the HoF MOD does, and then some. I still want to keep the HoF installed for playing those Game of the Months, but for every-day gaming, I think I want to try the BUG MOD, and maybe even the Blue Marble graphics thingy. I have seen some screenshots of those 2 and they look great. My questions are pretty basic. Is the BUG mod as strong as the HOF mod for day to day play? Is there another MOD I should consider? And finally, WHERE THE HECK IS THE BUG MOD!! LOL I have looked all over the C&C forum, "Search" is no help, since you need 4 letters minimum and searching for BUG is going to net a zillion hits anyway. I know this barely fringes on a "Strategy" question, but this is my "main" CFC forum, so I am asking here. Heck, the topic itself is reasonalby strategy related, "What MODs help streamline play the most?", right?