Exit151 My point was not that they are fully functional and can be transferred to at any moment. Last I checked, there's nothing we regular community members can do crap about as far as a functional server program. There's no CB 1.8, so the best we can do is wait on something like but not limited to Spigot to release a good and/or stable 1.8 build, or if you're one of those who just don't care, their first 1.8 build no matter how buggy it is. Anyway, more about why I quoted you, my other point was that the community isn't necessarily taken out. It's just been put into a standstill. If anything, the DMCA (don't go off on why it was issued just because I mention "DMCA") forcibly opened new doors for all of the Minecraft-server-owner community, as well as called upon developers to get innovative, and do it fast, even create new projects such as Sponge. And about replacing a Bukkit server: I won't be the one to provide evidence at the moment, but I've heard a ton about Bukkit bridges, and Spigot working perfectly well with Bukkit plugins. Of course, Bukkit plugin developers still have to learn a new API to adjust to Spigot, but there's no choice not to since Bukkit API is no longer useful without CraftBukkit.