I have made a few mods and I enjoyed them, but there's a few reasons why I'm getting out of Civ IV modding. 1) I'm writing a book 2) I'm getting into Civ V and playing Fable: The Lost Chapters, so that fills up my video game time. 3) I'm doing this with a job, wife, two kids. Modding has been my fun, and now I have more fun things I want to do. I never wanted this to feel like a chore and thank goodness it hasn't, it's been enjoyable. As to the other, with of course all due respect to FfH and RoM, I feel I HAVE made the best mod out there. I think this mod is an optimal balance of new things and ideas and elegance, I didn't want it to have 200 new units, techs, civs, etc. I wanted to add a few new things and work on creating a game that played well but felt like Civ IV, not a scenario like Road to War or a changed setting like FfH. This is exactly the kind of game I would want to play as a Civ IV module. I'm open to balance changes and bug fixes as always, but as for a core redesign or a new mod that simply will not happen. I offer TPtB as my great and last Civ IV mod, and whatever rep I get from that I will be content.