Correct GiGs! And to be honest I saw the lengthy documentation and thought it would be quicker and likely that someone else had already done something similar to this. I Posted to save my time, but I guess I'll have to figure it out on my own anyway :P Now now - in life there are no shortcuts. But is it a matter of not knowing how to, or laziness/ procrastination? If the former, I'm sure there would be many willing to help, even me if I could understand what it is you hope to accomplish. If the latter ... well ... you know. I think if it is the latter, the best advice I ever heard was about teaching a man to fish .... Questions about how to build macros from APIs will always come up if you don't learn how to be independent. But yes, the default changes make for the best method of changing the way your output looks. The 5e Shaped Sheet has a configuration utility (!shaped-config) in it that can also change which bars are used for what, then you can simply run !shaped-defaults to make sure it is in line with your settings, though when the sheet is converted over, it should do that automatically. But to ask Token Mod to do it would not really help you as much as the Roll20 App Defaults in Game Settings, Unless you wish to go through the painful process of doing each individually. Or is there a group of tokens you can work with all at once with the selected token method?