Yep, I've had a bit of a brainwave regarding Asylum development and I will be proceeding full steam ahead with development as soon as AutoWallpaper 3 is out the door. More details soon.<br />As for AW3, development is going extremely well and I'm putting the finishing touches on it over the next week or so.This last week has seen the development of a screensaver module. The Screensaver will allow you to select one or more categories from the ones you've set up in AutoWallpaper and apply them to the screensaver. The saver itself (at the moment) has 12 different transitions (zoom in, zoom out, gentle rotate, various slides and more) that are applied randomly to each image (which you can selectively enable and disable), and you can also display the image title as well as a clock. I have to say I'm very pleased with how the screensaver has turned out. The screensaver will be available as an optional extra for $5, alternatively, you will be able to purchase AutoWallpaper3 without it for the usual $10, or with it for $15. The requirements are: DirectX9+, 64Mb Graphics card (ATI Radeon 9600+, nVidia GeForce 5200+), now its best if you can run the screensaver at the same resolution as your primary monitor so if you can run directx games at your desktop's resolution, then you're good to go. It should stretch the graphics card very much. Anyway, even if you don't get the screensaver module you can always try it out before hand. The screensaver is integrated into the AW3 installer, it doesn't expire but it will ask you to register after each run and an unregistered warning is displayed after 5 images are shown.