I dont think anyone ever suggested replacing Ben. I think the situation is that OpenACS is maturing and with growth comes many actions that will hopefully be delegated to take some of the time constraints off the key coders. While the code has come a long way there are many other needed enhancements to the whole to make the package more sellable to mgmt, programmers, potential clients, and end users. All this discussion has been very encouraging to me in that I was wondering when these issues would come to bear. I know that steps will be taken and mistakes may be made but I am encouaged and feel this is just the beginning.