No I don't have this plugin, but I know that it exists somewhere because I have seen it in use. This plugin does exactly what the title states. Someone visits your blog and after a predetermined amount of page/post views, they are prompted to sign up for membership before they can see/do anything else on your blog. It really is that simple so I won't try to explain it anymore. If you know, let me. But the reason I ask: On my website EverythingAbercrombie.com, I post all of the store music playlists and other info about the store/company. Finding this information online used to take divine intervention. That's how I got the idea for the site (and I work there). I have used a mailing list to force access to store music sections before and it worked GREAT! The only problem was I wasn't getting ranked in Google for ANF store music related searches, so I made the playlists public. Now my site ranks tops for a lot of the those search terms mostly because I have no competition. It's a trade off; though traffic is way up and climbing (for music related searches), new member registration has plummeted! The only thing keeping registration up is my scans of Abercrombie's controversial (semi-porn) catalog photos. Unlike 99% of websites, I have a uber-specific visitor base that ends up on my site for even more specific reasons. They WILL register for my site because they know that there is no other way to get the information I have provided. There is no competition AT ALL! So you can see where this plugin would do wonders for me. I need your help! Does anyone know where I can find this plugin/script?