I'm not sure if this idea is absolutely ground breaking or anything, but I was thinking about how hard it has always been to write in stats for every horse you have when doing auctions. Because you have to have at least ten horses, it can become a bit of a chore, having to write out all of the stats. Of course, you could take a screenshot of each of the horse's stats and post them all in, but this could cause page lag and can still take time to do, and may even need uploading to imgur.com first.My suggestion is to cut the time that needs to be used to write in all of the stats, and also perhaps make it easier for auction bidders to find out all of the stats that they want.As all of you know, the new preview signs addition is a great one and it could be used in many ways - including for horse auctions. My idea that I had today was to be able to use preview signs to auction horses. Rather than listing stats, people could go to the chest and preview the horses. This could make it easier for the auctioneer and in some people's opinion, may make it easier for the bidders too. Of course, some rules would need to be in place for this to work. For example, the exact location, residence and server of the preview sign would need to be listed, and perhaps more regulations like having to have a screenshot or having to write the lowest and highest percentages in the thread as an estimate could be introduced too. Indeed, you could still list the stats, but some may choose to auction in this way.Here's an example:Item(s): 27 horsesStarting Bid: 500rMinimum Bid Increment: 100rAuction Ends: 24 hours after the last valid bidWhere to view the horse stats: Use /v 18318 on SMP9, go to the door immediately left of you and use the preview sign on the chest on the rightSure, this idea may be flawed, but it would be useful to find easier ways of auctioning horses. If you have any ideas of how to improve my idea or have a new idea of your own, feel free to suggest it below!EDIT: hashhog makes the great observation that the owner can swap out the items. Does anyone have a plausible rectification to this problem?