I am commited on learning how to improve the quality of my tracks so I have decided to follow one of the tutorials kindly referred by wgeuze. http://www.mbdevteam.com/download/Tutorials/index.html As you will see to start with you can find 20 or so tutorials nicely orderd in... ALPHABETICAL ORDER. Really useful, much better that starting from the beginning with simple things... After reading all the titles trying to figure out which one to start with I decided for this one which seemed quite basic: http://www.mbdevteam.com/download/Tutorials/Virtua_LM_Tutorials/gmt2-wizard/frmtutorial.html I quote the first paragraph of the tutorial: "The purpose of this tutorial is to detail how to use the GMT2-Wizard plugin in the way we conceived it. For the installation of the plugin, please refer to the help file provided with the package. The ISI GMT2 plugins V2 need also to be installed. See rFactor website to download them" So... I guess I need those plugins so I click in the link and takes to the general downloading page (direct links would be too easy and we don't want that. The mistery of modding would be lost). I click into the developer's corner which sounds to be the one for this kind of stuff... To my surprise all the links there, except for the dev mode executables, have few or nothing to do with modding (release notes of ISI content, interviews, videos and just for fun: terrific help for modders I would say) However the required plugin to import gmt files to 3dsmax is not there. No problem, I say to myself, this should be easily found with isiforums search tool... I type "GMT2 plugins V2" and this is what I get search results Incredible but truth. Mario's importing tool is easily find but I am interested in the official plugin since I don't want to buy trackmaker software. I will not talk about search results for more complicated things as for making a traslating or rotating object which should be relativily easy but there is no darning way to find a related result about it. This is whta some people understand as helping ammateur modders. I would have this kind of tutorial structure if I wanted to discourage people from modding. The word Empathy does not seem to be in some people's minds when doing a tutorial or when saying that everything is wonderful about this topic.