Yes. List the more popular open gaming liscense products. D20 Modern. Midnight. Spycraft. Star Wars. Mutants and Masterminds. Better yet, don't discriminate or limit what your supporters and ussers ar einterested in playing. If they want to post they're only interested in D20 Call of Cthulhu, why can't they have the ability to list that? D&D 3.5 is not a catchall. I've ran a weird-fiction detective game using D20 Modern for 8 months on here, it's gained insterest and traction. I've played a D20 based cyberpunk game for about a year here. Why limit the listings for what people enjoy playing? 3.5 games where you kill kobolds and wear conical hats are usually worlds apart from what interests players of D20 (Other). I simply do not see the point in not including certain products. Why are we limited to what is acceptable by moderator standards as a gaming system? Now, you could make the GURPS argument. You could say that since the SRD open gaming liscence is so diversified, it's generic, and that D&D 3.5 covers this entire system. But this is not true, as the clientele, the players attracted to my D20 game that is more similiar to True Detective, or Mulholland Drive than it is Forgotten Reams are on a completely different spectrum of what they deign worthy of playing, what they are looking for, what they enjoy. All this said. What is the point of limiting what Roll20 users state they are looking for to a select predetermined number of gaming systems? Why not allow for settings to be listed in the "player is looking for" options? For example, if I am interested only in joining a Planescape game, why should that fall under the catchall fishing-net of AD&D? The experience of spulunking for gold with murder hobos who just want to put an axe in an ogre is nothing like the slipstream literary setting based on intrigue, planar adventure and philosophical concepts. It's like stating Harlan Ellison is the same as Robert E Howard, since they are both fantasy writers. Hell, it's even worse. Since the D20 System is not limited to one single genre of RPG, it's the same as comparing Neuromancer to Twilight. It's uncomparable, completey. Just because Penthouse letters and James Joyce are written in the English language, this does not mean both of these things are just like the other, both of these things correspond. So quit limiting your patrons. Quit being counter productive. The whole concept of limiting what we are able to list as our gaming interests provides no benefits that I can see. It just creates a needless amount of time and energy searching for likeminded DMs and players, even though they are out there on this very site. If the gaming systems diversified to include settings, and systems of lesser popularity, what would be the downside? I see none. I see it only as making your product more effiecent for those who use it.