Dear Alex & CGI Central, Please get rid of the form editor in aMember 4 or at least make it functional. It doesn't work right (we reported two bugs today) and there are lots of missing features. Your best customers who have used aMember for awhile have sophisticated membership sites. Many of them have highly customized signup forms. The new aMember4 signup forms are written for novices. They are designed for people who don't want to change the forms much. I need to be able to have control over everything in the form layout. Sometimes I might need to lay it out 4 columns wide, not 2. Sometimes if I add a field I need it to be a part of a brick, not separate. For example: If I add company name, I want to be able to make it part of the address brick. I don't want to make it a separate section entirely! If I add address line 2 (or street line 2) I want it to be a part of the address brick and I want it to show after the street line. I don't want to make it a separate section entirely! Another example... Your use of labels in the product description forces the products to be laid out all funny. We may want to line up the products all on one line and not force line breaks. We may want to get rid of the label but also move the products over instead of having a big empty space to the left where your labels were. We might want to make our products 2 or 3 or 4 columns wide instead of 1 column wide. We have even had clients that want to specify the terms differently on the signup form than the upgrade form. I could go on and on. Every time we get a new consulting client I dread the part where they ask us to customize their aMember4 signup forms because the signup forms in aMember4 are SO BAD. We have found a solution to fix some of these things but it is very complex and when we have clients that have multiple signup forms it just means a lot of extra work. The way you did signup forms in aMember3 was easier. Please keep in mind the signup form is one of the most important aspects of our business. A well designed signup form can help a client make more sales... or cost them a lot of money by losing sales.