This has been discussed so many times, but I can't find any recent threads so I'm bringing it up again, with a twist! I propose some sort of payment for protection other than the already-suggested use of tokens.My established outpost has so far been free from any serious griefing, and the minor problems we have had were handled swiftly and to our satisfaction by staff - thank you for that! However we are growing and many people know how to get out to us now, so it's only a matter of time before something major happens.I am not a programmer so I don't know how difficult it would be to implement any sort of automatic protection, but here are a few things I haven't seen suggested before that might work:Block protection: naming blocks costs 1 xp per block on the anvil, can named blocks be made unbreakable by anyone other than the person whose name is on them? I could build an entire house of named blocks (and doors, etc) using my xp points and thus secure my belongings...Area protection: I notice some of the reses in town have 'move restrictions' that bounce you out if you don't have permissions. Can we implement a bubble like this around our claimed outpost, where only members are allowed through? We could pay for it with tokens, each member pays tokens or rupees for their own access rights to the outpost bubble.And of course the age-old teleport question: even one tp sign at the center of the outpost to tp folks into town would be excellent. We would gladly pay rupees (or tokens) per use when we are in a hurry, I'd certainly pay - and vice-versa, if we could set up a pay-per-use tp sign in our residences out to the outpost.