Andrew Searles said: Hey Folks, Thanks for all of this feedback about the foreground layer. I'd love to talk more about how this will make it easier to use Roll20 for you and why you need a foreground layer. If you're interested, here is a link to my calendar. Feel free to schedule a time to talk with me. <a href="https://calendly.com/acsearles/foreground-layer-user-feedback" rel="nofollow">https://calendly.com/acsearles/foreground-layer-user-feedback</a> I look forward to hearing from you! I don't mean to appear cheeky, but have you read the six pages in this forum and seen the 1000+ votes on it? It's not about making Roll20 easier to use. Let me say that again. It's not about making Roll20 easier to use. It's about making Roll20 more immersive. Overhead clouds, rafters, overpasses, forest canopies, bridges, aqueducts, flocks of birds, rain, snow, flights of butterflies, will o wisps, etc. It's about the scenes. Making scenes more magical is what this is about. It's not for ease of use. If I wanted ease of use, I'd play at my dinner table with dice and forget about Roll20 altogether. If you don't think immersion is important to me, enter my game as a GM. Try it. Enter my Solynod Hex game and take a look at my pages. People have been asking for this feature for years, it was scheduled for development YEARS ago when Nolan Jones was still talking about the Layer Up update, it has been promised to us by at least two Roll20 executives including Nolan and Ankit Lal, and it's about damn time this feature rolls out. I pay you people a lot of money. I don't actually need a Pro sub. I can get away with just Plus. I'm basically throwing free money at you people and I bet there are a lot of others like me. I've been advocating this feature for years now, and I think it's long overdue. So pretty please, with sugar on top, get it done for the love of god. Oh yeah. And bump. Because vote for this.