As the title already suggest, i would like to bring up the idea of a minor change or edit of a certain modelling rule. After uploading a model of mine, the moderator in charge said that it can't be approved for the following reason: "only actual portrait should be uploaded in the portrait slot". In my case, the portrait is the item (drop) version of the attachment, and not a real portrait. This is the "troublesome" ressource. After this message, i checked again the Model submission rules and found out that the rule in the last line prohibits uploading another version of the model in place of the portrait. I uploaded many attachments this way in the past, and most of them are now approved. In each case i posted a hint at the model about the "portrait" and that it is the item version and not a real portrait. Both, item and attachment version use the same icon. So, my question is, is it possible to make a sub-rule into this very rule, that makes an exception for attachments with corresponding items. In other words, make the rule look like this: The field to upload a portrait may ONLY be used for a portrait of the model. ° An exception are attachments in combination with the corresponding item (drop) model. The reasons why i support this idea are the following: storage space from the Hive is unnecessarely lavished the users have to download two different ressources instead of one, which would be easier moderators have to moderate twice a very similar ressource, which costs time. Time in which they could moderate other things bothe versions use the same icon, so only one of the two version will have the icon as corresponding ressource, while the other will require a seperate link in the model's discription One last thing i want to say: same models with only different skins should be excluded from this rule (i.e. the same models, one uses usual faceless one's skin and the other the unbroken one's skin), unless their portraits are integrated in the actual model, so tha both can be uploaded in the same thread.