Had a few moments to futher test the new sheet. It is a marked improvement over the old one, which was very bare bones (but better than nothing, for sure!). Many, many thanks! The main improvements in the new sheet, for me, are the inventory and armour sections - having an easy way to manage both is a major blessing. As the sheet now calculates what you're carrying automatically and you can just easily click items on and off is super great and eliminates the biggest hassle with the old sheet. I wasn't able to find any further bugs, other than it seems the sheet does not calculate all mounted effects correctly. When you're mounted, your fatigue and encumbrance penalties should be halved, but when I tested this, the penalties were unaffected. Granted, I had not entered any stats for a mount, but those should not affect this anyway. For ranged weapons, you have put P (for Point) as the weapon aspect, but other aspects are possible for ranged weapons. For example, slingstones strike with Blunt not Point aspect. Also, if using the optional rules in Combat 17, thrown weapons can strike with B, E, or P aspect. Maybe that P should be changed to IMP (for Impact) instead. One would need a place to enter the weapon's basic aspect, too. Just having a new box where to enter the weapon's aspect code would be fine. Well, I guess one could just use the ranged weapon's Ammo section to list the aspect. I found a new typo as well. When making a healing check, the roll template lists wound severity and the healing rate in lower case, they should be in upper case. Severity as: M, S, G, or K (not m, s, g, or k). Healing Rate as: H (not h). For example: M1, H4. As I said before, English is not my first language, so I really can't be sure of this, but I think it would be better if the roll template would say e.g. "John rolls vs. Climbing" rather than "John rolls Climbing". That is, the "vs." would be added after the word "rolls". Either that, or have it be a bit longer, e.g. "John rolls a Climbing check". But I think someone who is a native English speaker should comment this. To me, the "[name] rolls [skill]" sounds a bit off. P.S. Remember to update the sheet's version number as you make changes, please. That way it is easy to notice if/when something has been changed. Thanks!