1) no. wardrobe recipes is the way to do it. 2) no. you must create a unique overlay and recipe for each logo (jaimi beat me to the answer... ...there are other ways, but you would be insane to try, imho, and the optimization recieved for all the extra work would be about nil) 3) the logo wardrobe recipe, when done properly, does not care about whatever you do with the shirt underneath. 4) you will probaly also want to create 20 or 100 wardrobe recipes for the jersey numbers, and the jersey names would be a challenge. You could either do a recipe per jersey name/number pair, or set up a system of wardrobe recipes with 26 recipes for each letter position slot, if you want custom names/randomized names. If you want unique fonts, but customizable names and jersey numbers... ...You are gonna have to do some serious coding, or your workload multiplies by each font. Its a ton of work, but once you get into the groove and understanding, Id say you could get it all done in a few days.