Wow just checked in on this game, played back in my middle school/early high school days. It really had was a huge part of my "childhood" and left a big impact on my life. I actually decided to pursue computer science because of how much I invested into the scripts. I did ditch CS because of bad teachers and boring classes but I still remained in science/engineering founded upon the creativity I fabricated, holstered , and built upon because of this game. I'm currently finishing my fall semester as a sophomore in mechanical engineering and I decided to boot up my old 360 and check some old but still great stuff out. Awesome to still see people online hosting maps, obviously not close to the greatness it truly was in it's prime but still managed to bring tears to my eyes reminiscing through my old maps. I just wanna thank Craig, the development team/admins, and the community as a whole for being such a great part of my life. TMF forever!
(Also curious to hear about PC edition, it's development activity/community and whether I should get it?)