The Logo Maker produces remarkable images so with such ease that it makes me want to think up projects just so I can play with it. But . . . I feel like I have to reinvent the wheel every time I want to find or sort out my design objects because there is no built-in project management in TLC. I want to be able to define where a project will be stored when I initiate it, and I want to be able to create folders from the front end; in other words, I want to be able to control which folder I use as the default template folder in any instance, and I want to be able to create folders from the front end of TLC, just as I would in the OS file system. (Windows 7 in my case.) This is a big issue for me, because it is really clunky to have to do external housekeeping for every project, just to keep track of my work. Yes, I have read and tried the solutions suggested in this Forum; but good software like TLC should not require all this ingenuity and effort to manage its output.