tl;dr - give us additional colors for the dot on the spell sheet On my "spells prepared" caster characters, I struggle with tracking how many spells I have prepared. If I use the red dot to indicate a spell is prepared, at least I know what's prepared, but this presents a few problems. 1. I have to count up the red dots, which is tedious and repetitive and involves a lot of scrolling for high level casters. Computers are way better at that than I am. 2. Domain spells are a problem for clerics, druids, paladins. If I check the red dot for them, I have to disregard or skip them when totaling up my prepared spells. If I don't check the red dot, it's not clear that they're prepared. On the 5e OGL sheet, spells tab, how about: A tally of the number of spells with red dots to indicate the number of spells prepared. Put this up at the top of the sheet somewhere. Another color dot (lets say green) to indicate spells that are prepared but don't count as prepared. (e.g. Life cleric's domain spells: bless, cure wounds, spiritual weapon, etc.) Click the dot to cycle it from white to red to green. Edit to incorporate this suggestion : We could use additional colors to indicate spells from different classes, innate racial abilities, feats, etc. Give us all the colors already present as token status indicators.