http://www.simpleology.com is a huge and fast-growing membership site (run by Mark Joyner, who is pretty good at this marketing stuff...) run with Amember. But the *signup* process is *not* pure Amember: it's been customised, integrated with other scripts, to make it far more user-friendly. I just did a test sign-up (recommended!) and here's what happened: 1. Home page: enter first and last name and email address 2. Confirmation email (and a thanks page that explains all about confirmation emails.) 3. When I click the confirmation email link, I'm taken to a page that contains: Amember login link A username generated for me in the format firstname_lastname A password generated for me. So the program that accepted and confirmed my email address has integrated with Amember to create this account for me. I never had to fill out signup.php - I've got a personal username without having to think it up (and test it for uniqueness) myself - and now I'm a double opt-in subscriber. That's the first piece of neat mystery integration. It's made life simpler for the visitor (which means more signups) and safer for the site owner (because he has a double opt-in confirmation before I'm added to the Amember database). The second piece of neat mystery integration comes when I log in to Amember. The first page I see is a One Time Offer (OTO) - that is, if I upgrade to paid membership *now* I can get these bonuses; if not, I'll never see this page again. Clicking the 'yes' buttons submits a form to amember/member.php with the product_id hidden. Clicking 'no' submits to some other script (!) and takes you to a second OTO page offering a $1 trial. This time, accepting takes you to amember/member.php to sign up for a separate product (it's the same access with a different payment structure), and declining takes you to amember/login.php Now... can anyone see how either of these neat things is done? Especially the first part, as Amember's native signup process isn't nearly that friendly.