I really like d20Pro and it has kept our gaming group together despite moves across the country. The only issue I have is that it puts an awful more than needed on the DM's plate in my opinion. Is there any way to give players more control of their tokens? If the player's could damage, heal, alter hit points, alter elevation, alter size, etc. for their tokens that they control, then the DM's job would be so much easier. A s it stands, I spend a lot of time with people saying "I cast Enlarge Person, make me large please" or "I fly up to 20 feet, change my elevation please" or "I cast Cure Light Wounds, please heal me 6 points", that it gets burdensome a lot of the times, especially at higher levels. The DM will always be able to tell a player no or adjust something in error or whatever with the player, so why should all of that fall upon the DM. Maybe I am missing a step or a function to allow that, but I cannot find one. To keep all of these actions to the DM alone without an alternative choice seems to me not to be maximizing the potential of the software. Thanks for anyone's help or insight on this issue for me.