Not sure if this is already covered and/or easy to find, but I just got asked by someone how to do this and they said they couldn't find a tutorial in this forum. What this is, is compressing your ART folder into a FPK file. This GREATLY increases load times when you have a lot of custom art for your mod... so anyone who makes Mods and wants it to load faster should consider FPKing their art folders to decrease load-time... once you've done this, simply place the FPK file into your assets directory for your mod... you won't need the ART folder anymore. Anyways, you only need PakBuild v2.14 or higher. *** On Pakbuild, do the following: 1) Put your entire "ART" folder in an EMPTY folder (with nothing else in it but the "ART" folder from your mod). This is VERY important (or you'll be FPKing a lot of stuff you don't want to). 2) Open-up PakBuild... select from pull-down menu: File New... 3) Browse for the folder where you put your ART folder. 4) You should just see the "ART" folder in the "Raw Files" large window on the left half of PakBuild. 5) Select the "New PAK File" button in the middle 6) You should see a large empty "Packed Files" window on the right now... select the "Rename" button... name it whatever you want (like I use "Wolfshanze.FPK"). 7) Just below the "Packed Files" window select "Store Full Paths" (and only that button... don't select anything else!). 8) From the pull-down menu up-top, select "PAK", then select "BUILD". 9) You're basically done... sit back and relax... if it's a small build, it could take only a few seconds, if it's HUGE (like 300 megs or so), it could take several minutes... you are DONE packing when the "Packed Files" window changes from blank to having a bunch of files listed there. Like I said, this might take a few minutes, all depends on the size of your project. *** That's it... if that doesn't spell it out for you, you're missing out on something.