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Roll20 D&D5e sheet for npc / monster have same level of autofill and detail as the D&D Shaped sheet.

Would it be possible to have the NPC / monster sheet side of your roll20 D&D5e sheet see an overhaul? Much like the NPC/ Monster sheet of 5e shaped sheet which allows for quick creation of custom NPC and monsters. The sheet as of now was overhauled for players many times over in the form of the compendium. But the NPC/Monster has seen no improvements from the simple basic form from day two of its launch. I think if the character sheet had the same elements from the shaped sheet of letting monster abilities stack instead of being overwritten, stats autofill with bonus added, saving throws auto-match bonus that has proficient or not, and attack rolls auto supported with bonus and match with dropped equipment like a longsword or +3 greataxe would make the sheet more worth trouble and quickly help all levels of DMs out there. 
Agreed…..  the current set up seems to be if u change a full character sheet to NPC you loose all of the “additional” information and can’t switch back. I want the best of both worlds - to have the simplicity of an NPC sheet (to make game easier to run) and - to be able to use charactermancer to help set up the NPC, especially spell caster to save having to find and drag/drop all the spells easily (also drag/drop other things such as feats & equipment was not working on the NPC sheet) I would be great if you could flick from Full character sheet to NPC sheet and back.
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