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Wow.If you're looking for a modder who's serious about what they're doing, talk to this guy. He may not be an expert (yet) but he obviously has the dedication it takes if he was patient enough to make such a large group of skins. This is a single-player menu customization of a plethoral of Imperial officers, from private to Grand Moff. The sheer volume of choices, male and female, make this a perfect mod for RPGers, or just folks who like that extra bit of customization to their game. Because it is part of single-player menu it also works just as easily in multi-player, making it a truly versatile pack.Okay, now that I praised the author's dedication and intent, I need to critique the actual quality of the skins. I really need to point out that the author needs to practice skinning hair. Facial hair mainly, it seems. Every instance of facial hair, whether it was a mustache or a beard, looked incredibly odd. Skinning facial hair is definitely not easy, and the author just needs to practice it more in order to get it to look real.One other thing that I didn't like about this mod was the way he set up the .skin files. This pack has so many heads and torsos that it looks like there are 100 heads. However this doesn't seem to be the case, unless I missed something. From what I can tell their are doubles for each: one for grey uniform and one for white. This isn't so much a bad thing as it is kind of irritating. For some reason part of the arm is attached to the head skin, so if you switch heads you switch upper arm as well. I did make some kind of funny looking mottled grey/white uniforms.Overall I give it a thumbs up. The modder obviously spent a long time on this, even if it was just making out all those different .skin files and making sure they all worked. Kudos, and keep up the good work!~InyriNOTE: Read the read-me for more detailed information on different skin categories.