As we all know, alex has done wonders on aMember 4. It is so much more organized, done using MVC, and is really beautiful all around. We all want to create beautiful looking websites to please existing clients and possibly attract new ones. This being said, maybe we need to help out a little with the documentation - a little community effort on the wiki? Would anyone be interested in collectively working on documenting the theme creation process? In MVC, you have the object that holds the form data, the form, and the controller. These basics of creating a theme are here: http://v4.amember.com/docs/Themes_and_Templates However, when it comes to say, the signup form specifically, I'm a little confused as to how to actually completely customize the styles of the form. Can anyone lend some insight? In application/default/views, I see _form.phtml, then in /signup I see signup.phtml and in application/default/controllers I see SignupController.php. The drawback with something like PHP vs JAVA is documentation: it's a tough time to find where all the hidden gems are to fully customize. Maybe this is already done and I'm just rambling now. Looking forward to any responses.