Layer Limit can be bypassed with the layer limit mod. I see why the devs havent added it yet because once you get around 1000 layers it takes a few seconds to register a decal being removed or something being moved, once it begins to move its fine but sometimes you have to wait a few seconds before it responds. But even then it can easily handle over 1000 layers without issue My biggest thing is just layers I can copy and paste to a different loco/car, remaking the same logo 20 times gets old It would be cool, for example, The CRR SD40, Which I reskined this myself: If I could select options to remove equipment, like for example the dynamic brake grid, the side mounted bell, plow etc Automatic running numbers, where you can specify the range the numbers can go, the text format etc and then place them on the car wherever it whatever font size and type you want The ability to use any text that is currently installed on your PC and the ability to actually type something out like lets say "2 Inch HF Comp Shoes" and it to apply as a single layer instead of manually selecting 16 letters. A background that shows it in "Game" the lighting in the editor is much darker than most the lighting in the game The ability to delete old paint colors from your previous paint selector Ability to save a certain color for reuse on another car Numeric projection settings Ability to name groups Give reskins a higher resolution, what I mean is when I scale letters down they become garbled, whereas stock in game its perfectly legible, I assume when in livery editor the editable surface area of the rolling stock uses a lower resolution than the actual textures Ability to import your own custom logos, Its obvious it can be done, and I understand the legal pitfalls of doing such, But it does fall into the category that these are intended for personal use. The ability for someone to custom create their own decal, for example use Photoshop to make a certain shape they want, import it to the game. But really the editor isnt bad in its current state, it works well, and if you take your time and learn it, its not terribly difficult to make whatever you want. I mean I have no big gripes about it, its fun to use! Ive spent too much time on it.