I'll definitely be writing a "getting started" doc. As for the text file - are you talking about the UMAResourcesIndex? That has to be in resources so that it gets bundled with your game when you build it. You shouldn't have to do anything with it at all. In theory, you should be safe to completely ignore the UMA folder now, and just create your own set of folders outside of UMA, with your projects data in it. We did this so new UMA updates can be super easy - you just wipe out the old folder and put the new one in.