To begin with, I'll cop to being relatively new to Clubrunner sites. I've recently inherited responsibility for my club's site. I work with lots of different site builders. This one has so far been... eclectic. That being said, and because of the way the back end experience is organized, I will freely admit that there's probably stuff I don't know about the dev history of the platform that might mitigate some of the views I'm about to share. I'm going to get a little "ranty" here. Apologies in advance. The notion of photo albums for events is fine. It's a bit old school, but we've got a proportionally older crowd of people who use the Clubrunner sites (me included). However, the user experience of creating and displaying albums? I feel that it could be better. Uploading a new album is pretty easy. However, there's no warning that any vertically oriented photographs will be turned on their side. That was a bit of a surprise. And it became an annoyance when I discovered that there's no way to fix that orientation post-upload. If I am to use original photos from an event and those photos are vertically oriented, then I'm stuck doing photo editing to fit that vertical photo into a horizontal frame. That's a pretty poor user experience and, frankly, I'm surprised that a platform that's been around as long as Clubrunner hasn't addressed it. Secondly, and I've noticed other posts about this, its mind-blowing that uploaded photo albums are stored "elsewhere" than the images library. What's up with that? Last post I saw about that was from a while back. Any updates? Third, the widget for displaying photo albums feels very phoned in. Seriously, I get a link? We're talking about photo albums here. They are supposed to be visually appealing. I don't even get a preview of my lovingly crafted thumbnail image in this widget? Not feeling the love here, guys. Could I trouble someone from your dev team for an update on where improvements to the photo album user experience falls on your product development roadmap? Thanks in advance for the reply!