Im like half asleep and have work in 5 hours so i hope i make sense I use mid game roughly 30 grass a day, traps and log suits because i need to explore and see whats going on, but tbh id say one of the biggest grass usages is simply the traps. Perhaps reduce the grass requirement on traps? Remember, since u nerfed the running from behind the hole killing jackalope thing (which was a needed fix) we need to actually use the traps if we want to be jackalope hunters, so nerfing these things and including hounds which make early survival a little more difficult all togethor makes the game more difficult. Perhaps make it so we can do other things other than simply manure to fertilize? O, say for example, we can make "Grass mulch" out of fertilizer, so its not actually 100's of pieces of manure just to fertilize everything? Also, i will admit, people have become too dependent imo on grass. I dont think you ever need to feed the fires with grass after very early game, since u can even use the pinecones from the trees lol. Or charcoal is easy to get. I think a combination of everything u included at once to make survival more difficult, however is one of the biggest issues. The other issue is that lets say that i want to somehow be self sufficient on my own, what if i dont want to have to rely on the pigs, and the pigs/beefalos are hideously far, and i want to survive without there intervention other than what i build? well for one its not possible now, and two im not incenticized to at all. Biggest thing i see here as i said in the other thread, why would i NOT want to build near the piggies? You should do something to discourage that from simply being the awnser. Sorry if it seems like im ranting lol. Btw, first game that hooked me for a long time. i work 40 hrs and am taking 13 units atm, so for me to spend my minimal time here is Also, if your other games follow this attention to detail and outside the box thinking, u have a permanent customer. And ill drag my fiance in as well. Just wanted to let u guys know you have done an AWESOME job overall.