It might be interesting to support multiple screen sizes and orientations with one program and not be forced to position controls in code. Compiled applications seem to be working pretty nicely on a CE5.x device but these often have unusual screen sizes. I'd like to create Form1 for a screen size like 640x480. Position and name all the controls and set font sizes, using the form editor. Then I'd like to 'clone' Form1 to target a different screen size. All the controls would keep the original names so no code changes are necessary. Perhaps there needs to be a way to map the Form1 identifer in code to the Form1_260x320 clone that is activated based on screen size. Form1_260x320 could be edited directly, the layout and fonts changed to fit the screen and it would just be swapped in at run time. Same thing would happen with orientation changes, just activate a different version of Form1. It should be possible to place additional controls on largers screens, or additional columns in tables, so we can use the space smartly. This could also make it easy to support virtual screen sizes with programs like Nyditot.