I know Ive mentioned this before, but we are getting close, and we really need this. How many of you have went into a modded server (on any game) then when returning to a pure server, been banned for "forgetting to remove" the mods? Im all for lifetime account/cd key banning, its a good thing, if done correctly. But this can also kill modding/mapping. Users are afraid to download maps/mods, for fear of getting banned. Also most admins won't use the maps/mods, because the anti-cheat won't protect modded servers. For Airborne, we need a system in place that allows us to send in our mods/maps for approval, by the anti-cheat program creators. Approved mods/maps, would carry a "punkbuster approved" tag, and could be used on any protected server. (or whatever anti-cheat they use.) Mods added to the approved list, could then be scanned by the anti-cheat, like any other game file. This would bring modding/mapping back into the mainstream. Also it would allow "by listing the mods/maps" some small protection for the mod creators, against wannbee's claiming your work as their own. A. "Approved" Mods/maps, could be downloaded without fear of banning. B. "Approved" Mods/maps, could be used on any server, while still keeping the anti-cheat protection active on your server. C. Listing "Approved" Mods/maps, would give some protection to modders, for their work.