Dave waits for Toby to pop his head over the parapet... When I first looked at CMS' about 12 months ago, ModX seemed the best platform for ease of use but I've as of yet to actually use it. I'm now starting to build some sites which will need a CMS but having spent the last 8 months working in WordPress (modifying themes for my boss), going back to modx it seems like somethings missing? As a non .jquery or .php writer I'll rely heavily on plugins for things such as galleries, contact forms etc.. until I get to grips with the above. This isnt an issue in WP as there's millions of the things to chose from but in ModX they seem to be thin on the ground. In fact everything seems thin on the ground in modx? Is it the case that the few plugins/snippets that exist in modx work so well that nobody has ever felt the need to re-develop them? Or, is ModX something that is mainly used by people who have the ability to develop their own php and jquery so a wordpress-esque list of a zillion plugins for laymen isn't needed? Alternatively... am I just being a dumbass and looking in the wrong place?