It should be a bit simpler to manage mod order in SADX Mod Manager now, I've added buttons to move mods to the top or bottom of the list, and I've added drag and drop support. Additionally, I've added a mod configuration editor to SADX Mod Manager to make it more apparent when a mod has configuration options, and to save the trouble of having to go to the mod's folder and edit config.ini manually. This will not work with any mods right now, but I will work on updating all my mods to support it. In order to use the mod configuration editor, a mod must have a file named configschema.xml in its folder. This file tells the mod manager the structure of the configuration data in the config.ini file. You can see an example schema (for my Physics Swap Mod) and resulting config file here. Each schema must contain at least one Group element in the Groups array, which will have a name attribute corresponding with the name of the INI group (use the empty string for no group) and an optional display attribute which will be shown as the category in the editor. Each group should contain at least one Property element. The Property elements must have a name attribute corresponding with the name of the property in the INI file, a type attribute with the values bool, int, float, string, or an enum name, a defaultvalue attribute, and may contain an optional display attribute, and int and float type properties may have minvalue and maxvalue attributes. Additionally, each Property element may have a HelpText child element, containing text describing the use of the property. The schema may also have Enum elements in the Enums array, in order to use properties with pre-set options. Each Enum element should contain at least two EnumMember elements, with a name attribute representing the value stored in the INI file, and an optional display attribute for use in the editor.