So our groups started using this script and everyone likes it, however I do have a couple of comments. First it is important to realize that I use basic portrait style tokens rather than top-down display. Second, our group does use their aura's from time to time to represent certain things (i.e. Paladin Aura, Spell radius centered on the caster, etc...). Based on the above configuration, our group sets Use Tint to yes, however with that set, you really don't want your token being green all the time so we set the PC/NPC thresholds to 50/50. This does work pretty well for us overall, but I noticed a few things. If someone is colorblind, often the color changes are too subtle for them to make out the differences. I don't know if this is something that can honestly be improved, but figured I would ask if people had a suggestion for it. The feature of showing who is overhealed (blue aura/tint) doesn't work if the PC/NPC thresholds are set below 100. If you have a death sound effect configured and a creature dies while playing a playlist, after the death sound finishes, it forces the next track on the playlist to begin playing.