We've had the 19.5KB avatar limit for some time, and I'm curious if there is any flexibility in one of two ways: (1) Increasing the file size limit - globally, for contributors, or via extra cost (i.e., we all get it, demis get it, or you can pay for more room). I'd happily pay $1/KB/yr to bump mine up to ~25KB, where my 'tar would look much better than at 19.5KB. (2) Allow use of SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) as a file type for avatars. SVG allows some incredible imaging in small sizes - the 19.5KB limit would not be an issue. My personal 'tar wouldn't be helped - I'd need to use something different - but it would allow for vector-based 'tars, which I think would add some real punch to the forums without adding anything at all to the MR server load (pushing a 10KB SVG file is no more or less arduous than pushing a 10KB GIF file). Safari is going to support SVG natively in a release or two, and users can get a plugin free from Adobe (see here) in the meantime. There's a nice tutorial from Adobe available, and also great samples here. It's going to be huge in a year or so - we could be ahead of everyone else by going there now. Many apps are starting to support it (Adobe's, OmniGraffle, etc.) I'm not asking for an increase in dimensions - 75x75 is fine by me - just for some additional room or format flexibility. Any possibilities?