Damn, that is the only reason I got into rF2 was to race online and run naked down the track (in a virtual way).. Serious now.. I agree with what the OP had written IF I WAS DOING THIS FOR THE FIRST TIME (only capitalised as I no longer feel the same way as the OP). After you get your head around how it's all done, it's not really that bad at all.. You have to download the track and mod you want anyway, but gone are the days of sitting in TS explaining to some noob 201 times where to install the tracks and mods in rF1 because one file was in the wrong place, or in my case had an Install program that made this easier by installing the files in the correct place by looking up their install location. What we now have is the same thing but in one file, and one location that never changes (Packages folder). To add to the one file now instead of multiple, we now have the ability to add all our skins in a *.MAS file (tested and works great by the way ISI), so I am sure many will complain about this until they can get their heads around why it's done that way.. As I said, at 1st I was the same, now it's as easy as 1, 2, 3. People putting a series or mods together will spend a short time putting this together, the people who don't have to worry about anything other than downloading the car and track will only need to worry about getting the vMod via the Get Mod.. Can't see how it's all so difficult really..