No, I'm not considering stopping mapping, but yes I'm considering stopping for tf2. I know that finishing thunderclap is going to be some work, and in combination with college hunting [/application] (I'm going to be a senior) and school I'm going to be very busy. I've also just drafted an idea for an entirely downhill 4cp/ctf A/D map that I'd like to call atk_alarei. The problem I'm facing is that I don't know whether I should go through with this map. Unfortunately I think this will be the last year I'll be able to be able to do recreational mapping, and moreso to be part of this community. I have some other plans for other source games, and even plans for games outside of source, and my question is whether I should finish thunderclap, and finish mapping for tf2 and move on to other games and engines, or whether I should try and cram alarei into the mix. I know it would be possible, but it would also be pretty difficult, not to mention I have a bad habit of starting two maps, and then ditching the former (in this case thunderclap) for the latter, which would be alarei. I'd really love to do both, but I'm just wondering if it's worth it.