I have recently come to learn about Content Packs for TTR and really wanted to get into making them. My only issue is, there's no easy way to actually get started without having to spend time installing some software or in the command prompt. So that's where I come in. I am currently working on a way to find, extract, and recompile the TTR .mf files efficiently and all within one single application made in Python using a nice GUI I designed to make it as easy as possible for new people to get into making content packs. This is still very much a prototype but, the image below is a fully functioning version of the extraction tool that will dynamically update what .mf files you can extract based on what TTR has within it's file directory. Basically, if you try to extract during Winter, you would see the Winter .mf files like you do in my screenshot. When there are other .mf files there, it will update to find them once you run the program again. It currently assumes you have TTR installed at `C:/Program Files (x86)/Toontown Rewritten` and will look for the .mf files there. You can specify an output destination and it will copy, extract, delete the newly copied .mf file, and display all of the phases you chose to extract in the folder you specified. If you did not specify what folder to put it in, it will automatically be saved to your desktop under 'ExtractedPhases". I don't know if anyone else has made a tool like this but, the only ones I could find were based on command prompt or a dead tool called ToonShredder that can't even be downloaded anymore because all the links to it are dead. Hope you guys enjoy! I'll be posting more updates as I work more on it and will be releasing the source code onto my Github when I feel it's good enough to release. This is the fully functional, mostly finished, extraction tool.