I'm interested in offering basic level User Management security for the aMember software. More or less, adding 2 user attributes (Chapter, Department) that will allow an admin, say Chap1Admin, Dept1Admin, to ONLY manage users that were in a specific Chapter or Department. This doesn't even need to be integrated in the front end, a manual update of the tables would suffice. My thoughts were adding a Chapter field and a Department field to both the amembers_admins and amembers_members tables. These fields can be manually updated by inserting the corresponding Chapter number or Department number within these fields. (Name lookup is not necessary) Then setup a query that would only return the users that matched each field within the admin when user account info was called. For example if there was a user that was in Chapter 1, the Chap1Admin would login to the admin console and when they clicked on browse users or they did a search for users, it would only return the users that had a '1' in their Chapter field. Same example if the user was in Chapter 1 and Department 2, the Chap1Admin and Dept2Admin could both view that user. It would be a logical limiting setup. Is any of this possible, can anyone tell me where I would need to go in the PHP to update this data and add the SQL statement, is there already something out there, does anyone have a better idea, does anyone know where I could get help or get it done if you guys don't know? Thanks so much for you help.