It seems very cumbersome to me to create a whole new game and then use the
transmogrifier just to organize the maps I have. I mean, it works, after a
fashion, but the best solution would be to keep it all under one game with subject and location folders. Kraynic said: Did you save them in another game first? You have a pro subscription. I have "games" categorized that are specifically for map storage with names like City Buildings Library, Underground Maps Library, or Winter Maps Library. The transmogrifier leaves all the settings and dynamic lighting intact, so moving them into a game when I need them is pretty simple as long as I have a good naming scheme for maps. So, while I might have a generic "City Crossroads", I can also have "Berilac's Workshop" or "Homesight Office of Numbers". The best thing about the transmogrifier is that it allows us to keep our games lean on data size. I'm not saying a better organization method for maps wouldn't be handy, because it would. Pro subscribers do have a means to manage maps through the transmogrifier though. If you haven't used that tool for this sort of thing yet, you might consider giving it a try.