It should have been a simple job, sadly what was a simple website for a coffee shop has turned into a nightmare project. I am trying to configure an online shop and integrate it with a Muse site. I am going to try and keep this short and to the point. The client sells therapy, 1 hour slots of either Acupuncture, Chiropractor, Holistic medicine etc, they want the following system on their site. Customers browse available therapies on a website > They select date > they select a time slot > they pay for a booking. At first I looked at the events booking system with BC, but this didn’t work, I couldn’t work out how to configure the events booking module to have time slots. Plus a Calendar / date picker is useless as the individual therapists work very specific hours / days from month to month. There is third party time slot booking software, but it’s very price, and only a few offer free trial (I need to see how it will work with a Muse site first). Then I though SHOPPING CART!!! For instance the variables I have can easily be interchanged, for size / colour etc. For example: CATALOG: List of various therapies PRODUCT: Acupuncture (for example) ATTRIBUTE: February 28th OPTION: Drop down time slots available - 9am - 10am PAYMENT! I tried to configure this with BC at first (I’ve never used it, am very new to it) and I found it a little complex. Then I found Ecwid, they are brilliant, you sign up for a free account, you build the shop online then Ecwid generates the code and you simply copy and embed it within Muse. Its beautiful. Sadly to be able to use the product variation (different times slots ensuring only one is in stock) you need to upgrade to a Business account, with is quite expensive, also their support is useless, actually non-existent practically. So I have gone back to BC. I am slowly making progress, setting up the shop and integrating it with Muse, but I’m new to BC and my progress is slow. But it has now occurred to me that the client is just not going to be able to handle BC, they are going to take one look and run, I think it's too complicated for these clients. To summise: I need an online ‘plug and play’ shopping cart for a Muse website, that my client can understand? They will be frightened by BC Can anyone recommend a plug in that can be configured as above?