I've refrained from commenting on this previously, as obviously the developers don't have a great deal of time (and aren't supposed to be giving active support for mods anyway), and because mods are made by volunteers - who clearly can't be expected to watch the forum 24 hours a day, or make immediate updates with every patch. Nevertheless, there is an obvious problem, and nobody seems to be doing anything about it, to the detriment of the game. At the top of the modding subforum there is a link to the Master List of Mods & Projects thread (http://forum.spiderlinggames.co.uk/f...-mods-projects), which clearly and unambiguously states that the mods listed are compatible with V0.20, while a great many of them (probably the majority) aren't. I don't know why the decision was made to include such a misleading statement, but it is clearly wasting a great deal of time for people who download mods, expecting them to work, and for people having to explain that they don't, when the downloader goes on to post here asking for help. This is, to my mind, a poor way to treat fellow Besiegers, and more or less guaranteed to have a negative effect on future sales, as anyone looking at the forum is likely to notice just how much of it is taken up with posts on failed attempts to get mods working. What clearly needs to be done is firstly, removing the misleading statement that mods currently work from the master list, and then the compilation of a list of mods which actually do work in V.02. I'm willing to do my bit, by checking through the list to see what works - but I'm not going to do so unless I see some evidence that this problem is being taken seriously. Besiege has a great deal of potential, and it would be a shame to see it go to waste - which to my mind it is likely to do if this slapdash approach to customer relations continues. The games market is volatile, and often prone to rejecting promising products for reasons which might seem of relatively minor long-term consequence - and having repeated posts on multiple forume (i.e. Reddit, Steam as well as here) regarding problems with mods is just the sort of thing that can result in a game failing. I'm not asking anyone to fix the mods, I'm simply asking that the developers ensure that customers aren't misled - which to my mind should be a simple enough request to comply with.