I remember an old controversial debate regarding the release of the "Oxygen" tools which can be used to make OPF mods in the first place.
Those of us who were opposed to it warned of every dick tom and harry making their own mods and therfore being a high number of low quality mods everywhere where everyone is doing their own thing.
The supporters of Oxygen argued that it would be like Darwins theory of survival where all the bad mods would be swept away while the good ones will last.
Well I think we have been proved right about the dangers of releasing modding tools to players.
Now there are so many mods out there most of us cannot even keep track of it. It is so overwhelming for me that I have only yet downloaded the Operation Frenchpoint mod. I just don't know what else to try. There is TOO much out there and that is why we have this chaos.
I think for OPF2 only the developers should be able to make additions to the game in the form of patches.
All official, and all fully compatible.