Decided to change the TV channels on the craftable wall mounted TV. I extracted the sprites from one of the TV channels and opened them in Photoshop. Since the wall mounted TV is a multitile object, the channel screen was chopped in half, so first I put the left and the right sprite back together, to get a better overview on how those channels are handled in TSO. As it turns out, for the wall mounted TV, you can take basically any photo you want and downscale it to 85 x 58 (best TV resolution ever!). Here are the results: History channel (Picture of The Sims Medieval) Sci-Fi channel (Picture of some stars and planets) The Sims Bustin' Out LP (Picture from The Sims Bustin' Out... Obviously!) Since I didn't want to mess with anything, I created a new tree table for the wall mounted TV (originally used the same tree table as the expensive TV, the one shown in the action queue icon) and because I like things to be nice, clean and easy to use, I changed the pie menu to create a "Switch to..." Interaction that lists all the available channels. (In english it would say: Switch to... History, Sci-Fi, The Sims Bustin' Out.) Download https://mega.nz/#!6oNiQYYC!2XndDznurMcerhbLAvcV8XME6B3vqFP6dEdNsvbBbdM Problems Creating a custom sound event to use as background music is not possible yet (we talked about this) The IDE seems to have a problem with HiDPI displays (not talking about OS X and Retina Displays) and/or "zoomed" displays in Windows 10. You can still use the IDE but things like editing trees are impossible because a lot of the controls disappear and/or are hacked of. Things I liked Generally speaking... I'm in love with the IDE! It's the tool I wish I had when I was actively creating TS1 mods Exporting and importing the sprites for my little project was very easy The "Appearance" tab made it super easy to quickly look at my imported sprites and check whether I everything worked or not The fact that you updated the IDE to support basic sound event editing just because I asked if it's possible in general is very awesome and I appreciate it immensely!!