I don't know how other players feel about this, but this is my opinion. The reason for this post if due to the other post about player made prestige housing. I think it is far over due to give player housing the amenities that guild halls give. There may be some complaints about this etc. But at this point in the history of EQ2 I don't feel any of those arguments would be completely valid. Think about it. How many of us are hardcore raiders who join a guild but leave our alts out of the guild so we can create a guild of our own? How many of us refuse to join a guild but in the end have to, just for the Amenities it offers. Then how many of us simply don't join a guild and play solo but get no benefits for doing so. I love decorating. At first I think housing was done 100% right, but in this day and age with everything being easy access ( guild hall doors, portals to other homes, owning multiple homes, etc ) Amenities should be the first thing people who own a house should be able to purchase for their house. You could even sell the Amenities for SC, or a large sum of plat ( depending of course on which ones we take ). The primary ones I would like to see are as follows: Druid Ring Wizard Spires Fuel Merchant Crafting Stations Writ Givers Harvesters Banker Banner The reason I chose these is simple. It is easy enough to go to these merchants in your guild hall or halls and use them. But after spending months decorating your house it sort of stinks it offers you no reward for doing stuff. A guildie of mine came and took at my house and I looked at his. His he just placed stuff where ever he wanted, vs mine being well decorate. Obviously he spends no time in his house while I spend a lot of time in mine.Therefore I do feel there should be a reason for me to hang out in my house. Without having to run all over the place. Not to mention if you are a guildless crafter and you craft in open cities, lets just say people can be down right rude most the time. How many times have any of us been crafting, or experimenting just to have a player come along and throw snowballs at you. You can't move if you do you wasted everything. You can't type because you might miss a complication. So you have to sit there and hope they run out of snowballs. But, they don't and they cause you to fail. So now you have a couple of choices, join a guild or convince someone to allow you to use their guild, or buy your own guild hall, the end result having access to a guild hall which is a bad system. Lastly how many people have invested time into a guild hall, be it status, decorating, or crafting only to have that guild remove you, or take away your rights? The only other thing I would like to see is harvest-able gardens ( as I wrote in another thread ), fish ponds, etc. This may be hard to implement but I would love to see it. Along with wardrobe cabinets being able to hold wardrobes of appearance gear. Currently I have about 200 appearance items. They take up a ton of bag/bank space, and honestly I refuse to buy more due to lack of space. If you had a wardrobe that could have saved sets of gear in them I would happily spend more money on appearance items.