keithcurtis said: The focus of Roll20 is to facilitate online play. The web interface for compendium data would likely be a secondary concern over providing it in game. The reverse would be undesirable to say the least. Using Roll20 doesn't need you to visit their website at all, other than login and entering a game. I know my players have never set foot in the forums, for instance. Although I agree that a "collapsed" compendium would be useful, there may be other reasons that make this difficult. I'm not a programmer. As for comparisons to D&D Beyond, that's really apples and oranges. D&DB does one thing: D&D. Specifically D&D data manipulation. D&DB might be better at referencing data, but it sucks at moving tokens around on a map. It's also a terrible source for Pathfinder, Dungeon World, Starfinder, etc. I would not expect Roll20 to have comparable functionality to D&DB in what is D&DB's mandate. Again, I'd like better filtering, amalgamation and flexibility in the Compendium too. I just don't think D&DB is a fair comparison. I definitely agree that the compendium is secondary to the VTT aspect, but my point really was why not do both well? Make Roll20 the one-stop shop for DnD (and other games) by making some changes in the functionality of the compendium out of game. Anyway, cheers for your feedback, peoples, it's much appreciated. I guess we all have different priorities when it comes to this kind of thing. If not many people are interested in it then we won't see it any time soon I should imagine.