Hey All, There have been a few issues regarding the use of Bukkit and McMyAdmin going around - so I'm just going to put a few of these to rest: 1) Issues regarding performance. A few people have suggested that using McMyAdmin with Bukkit causes poor performance. This is simply not true - why? Because McMyAdmin can't decrease server performance. It doesn't in any way manipulate the inner workings of the service or touch the network traffic - it just reads the console and writes to it. It also has minimal memory usage, and uses so little CPU time that it usually shows as < 1% - even on a very busy server . When people do complain of issues, its generally as a result of abusing the javaopts setting. When they go to 'test' without McMyAdmin - they don't use the same options as McMyAdmin uses and get different results, putting false blame on McMyAdmin. To check what arguments it is using, do either one of the following: A) From the McMyAdmin text console, stop the game server (using /stop) and run the /debug command to make McMyAdmin write data out to McMyAdmin-Debug.txt - which will include a full list of java arguments it uses B) Set loglevel=0 in your McMyAdmin.conf and restart the server - McMyAdmin will write out the java start arguments to the console. I've not yet found a case where on deeper investigation, some option or plugin was actually the cause. As I said earlier, there isn't anything McMyAdmin can actually do to affect performance. 2) McMyAdmin doesn't support Bukkit. Officially, that is correct, unofficially however it does. As of version 0.8.4.0 - Support was added to let McMyAdmin start Bukkit. All this does is change the name of the .jar file it looks for to "craftbukkit.jar" and changes the main class to "org.bukkit.craftbukkit.Main". This also lets you use things like BiomeBukkit as an addon. At the moment McMyAdmin doesn't yet have permissions integration, mainly because the whole issue of permissions is up in the air. The current permissions plugin will soon be defunct once Bukkit gets its own permissions system (which McMyAdmin will support) - but until it's ready, I don't plan to support the 3rd party plugins that implement it. 3) McMyAdmin won't have much Bukkit integration. I'm actually working with lukegb (The unofficial Bukkit <-> McMyAdmin liason) to help ensure tight integration between Bukkit and McMyAdmin. The final goal is that you'll be able to manage the whole of Bukkit from inside McMyAdmin. Right down to one-click installs of plugins via the web interface - no downloading, unpacking and FTP , just find the one you want - click - and it's all taken care of and kept up to date for you. If you've got any questions or comments I'd be happy to address them.