Well then, I thought I'd give you all my take on some things that could really work for you Book This. Help people starting out etc. Also I consider myself and expert, not like I'm wrong . Formatting: I cannot stress this enough. If I can't read it, if it is so unbearable and black and white, if there are so many words together. If it is a clusterfuck, then I for one am not going to read it. My recommendations for this are add some colour when people are speaking. Bold the people in the match, and name the match at the start. Also Bold the winner at the end so people can get the quick results. Setting Out: Similar to above. Except, here I am more talking about how you set out your matches, how you set out promos and your WWE.com esk things. You should Bold the match at the start, and then Bold the winners at the end. Also take a space between matches and segments, between speakers as well. Also, even though it may look neater, I personally prefer speaking to be aligned to the left not centered. Also Bolding the name of the speaker is preferable IMO. Matches: You shouldn't write out the whole match for Book This. You should tell the story of the match, who is in control. That way it is easier for the veiwer to define what level people are on. Tell us the storylines in the matches, tell us what has happened between stars before. You should tell us the psychology of the match. Storylines: This is very important. No one cares, no one will care if you just have random matches. Why will no one care? Because you can't actually see the match they are putting on. I mean, if the story is just a wrestling match then it is useless because I can't get into a match I can't see. I want detail stories. You need to put all your active stars in tense storylines, and if you must have random matches, use them as fillers. "Insiders": Alot of you are utilizing these wrestlezone.com type things in your Book This things. That's not what I personally go for, I much prefer the actual shows. If you must have them, try to only use them when absolutely neccessary and not all the time. Shows / PPVs: You need to have a good ratio of these. It is easier for me personally because of SvR. I just use the regular PPV show settings at what not. Try to have a good balance. Also in your shows and PPVs. Try to have a good balance of matches, I recommend 4-6 matches depending on what is going on in the show. (I use 5 because thats the max SvR has ... at bigger PPVs I probably will cheat and use a few more.) Rosters: It is basically all up to you with this one. You need a good ammount of people on your roster, not too many for it to be crowded. Not to little to have no one. Just enough so people can know what is going on with them, or at least the main ones. Who you have is up to you, I am using SvR so I use most WWE workers. I know people have said they like to be original, but it is harder to get into the stars you don't know. People will prefer stars they know about. But it is ok to be original as well. Understanding: People really need to understand your show, and the storylines. It is hard to do, but try your best to get people to know what is going on. Well that is it for now, if I think of anything else I will definately edit it in.