It's been some time, I've finally grown up and such, and well, looking back to this awesome forum after half a year (I haven't been gaming much neither dealt with map-making at all), I'd kind of like to get some impressions of how well of a reception the Galaxy editor is getting amongst mapmakers here. My personal issues are/were - scripting has been hindered compared to WE, instead of facilitated - the Galaxy GUI is somewhat counter-intuitive compared to WE - you have to be online to edit - Blizzard is claiming intellectual property on anything you make :thdown: (corporate bastards! ) Don't get me wrong. I enjoyed playing the SC2 campaign; it was a pleasant journey, though not as much of an extraordinary one as I had expected; the multiplayer is well-done and well-balanced; yet I couldn't quite understand the hype made around SC II - maybe I've just grown out of the role of being a marketing-victim. One of Blizzards big promises with SC II was boosting the map-making community. Now, half a year after release, would be a good point in time to take stock. Summing up, what's your feel about SC II mapmaking? Is it bigger and better than the days of WC3 mapmaking yet?