Hey everyone, I just came here to plug a plugin I'm working on, Persistence. The idea is to provide an easy-to-use object-oriented persistence engine for Bukkit plugins. If you're familiar with Hibernate-db or quickdb, this aims to be a bit like those, but simpler (and less powerful). It's easy to persist any class that you have control over- you just need to add a few Java annotations, then you can call Persistences' get() and set() methods to store and retrieve instances of your object. For now, SQLLite is the only supported data storage mechanism, but the data store system is written to be extensible. A MySQL store could be added very easily, other stores could be done as well. Objects that reference other objects are supported, as are List<>'s. Persistence is completely type-safe, so you never have to do any casting, deal with raw Objects, or call getInteger() type functions. You just use your Java classes, exactly like you're used to doing. Please check out the thread if this sounds like something you'd be interested in. You can also check out the roadmap on github to see what I'm working on currently- it's very much a W.I.P, but it's getting to be very useable, and now would be a great time for suggestions or feedback. Thanks for your time!