I'm used to CPanel X and the old style of file manager, but even the legacy edition is too "advanced" for my liking - I don't want the slick interface (simple icons and plain text, please) and there is no way to get rid of it without disabling css in my browser (which then automatically disables it for every other tab I have open, which is extremely bad for productivity). Additionally, the file manager won't show me .htaccess files, meaning I am limited to using FTP on my own computer, rather than being able to use any computer and have the file manager. The problem is I don't get much time on my own computer any more, so I was really needing the file manager, but as it stands I find it pretty useless (bloated interface and no way to access hidden files). The other thing is that css does not seem to load/render for anything I install through Fantastico. At first I thought it was a bug on the computer I was using, where I'd only just been given a private profile (instead of using the generic guest profile), and was still in the process of modifying all the settings, plus getting used to Firefox 3. But, no, it's the same problem, if not worse, on my computer (different OS, different browser). Fantastico itself is fine, but Wordpress, Template Express and TikiWiki all display sans css and I can't find any way to correct this (I was poking around in file manager but found it altogether too much hassle to use). Oh, and that reminds me... I FTP'd in to download the TE files to modify but I wasn't able to get a directory listing - it said denied. I'm going to assume that if I install something myself ie "manually" that the css will work, because the thought of not having css gives me the screaming heebies. Based on prior experience (more than 10 years' worth) I suspect the non-rendering of css is a server issue, as in something in the path is not right.