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  1. Hello, @Dan Cole, @kymation, @Tsimi, @altoid, @piernas, @burt Would you (and everybody else also very welcome) be interested in forming a team to develop the modularized versions of the checkout pages? It would allow to add for example discount code, matc, points and rewards or just a simple module with additional info text without any core change, hook or ht injections. Exposé: - - Leave the checks and security part between includes application_top.php and includes template_top.php in the main page files. - - Leave the forms in main page file - - Move only the content part between includes template_top.php and includes template_bottom.php into content modules - - Suggested modules: o Checkout shipping and payment: - page header - address (2 modules) - shipping/payment methods - comments - continue button - progress line o Checkout confirmation: - page header - products+ot - delivery address - payment address - shipping method - payment method - payment information - comments - confirm order button - progress line o Checkout shipping/payment address (optional) - page header - address (2 modules) - new shipping/billing address - continue button - progress line It could be projected as an add-on like the modular shopping cart or, if @burt is interested, pull request for core. I would create a github fork with maybe the easiest module “comments” as a starting point. Best regards Rainer