So I worked through Matt Woodward's TBS tuts last year, and I noticed a pretty glaring deficiency in that app that I'm fairly certain I can remedy. Inserting the spintax and rewriting each sentence and phrase are a huge pain, not to mention a time sink, right? If the spintax could be automatically inserted, and the article could be split out into sentences and phrases, and dumped into a spreadsheet (or similar UI element like a grid) so that it's easy to see what phrases and sentences need rewriting, and you're not having to wade through spintax to rewrite your content, I'm thinking that process would be much faster and easier. Ideally, the grid/spreadsheet containing the rewritten sentences and phrases would then be dumped back into a text file for copypasta'ing back into TBS or a similar tool. Not having much data on current demand for content-generation tools, you guys are my market research. How valuable would something like that be? Would it make you more profitable enough that you'd pay 20 bucks a year for it? 40 bucks? Does similar functionality exist in one of the other tools? I have noticed that the market is pretty crowded, and if this is worth my time, I'll code like a madman for the next few months. Otherwise, I'll execute on a different idea. Any input is appreciated.