I noticed an email from roll20 yesterday pushing Dynamic lighting and mentioning that Pro & Plus subscribers had access to some new assets. Picking a map in one of my games, I checked Dynamic Lighting was enabled for the page, turned off Daylight mode, and set the GM Darkness Opacity to 50% so light/dark shifts were more obvious.Grabbed a random token and put it on the map, gave it vision, and briefly toggled it to have 5ft light, as a sanity check for everything being setup correctly. So far so good. I then dragged out the assets from the "Dynamic Lights & Tokens Spell Pack", and dropped them on the page. To nothing. They don't appear to have any dynamic lighting attributes preconfigured. From the description in the email of 'pre-lit item and spell pack' I was expecting them to be setup from the art asset list. I get that the add-on pack has a sheet with the tokens already on it and configured, I was just expecting something else. -- Would it not be better if art assets stored their attributes? So that when you drag them out they are placed on to the map at their intended size and dynamic lightning settings? I know I could do this via making a character, setting up the token as I want it, saving the token into the sheet. It just seems like it would be cleaner if the assets themselves had a default configuration.