I had an idea maybe a couple of weeks ago, and I just thought of it again and decided to float it out there and see if anyone likes it:I was thinking there could be specially-renamed pieces of paper that represent different amounts of rupees, with a coloured name (likely green, the colour of money), like promos or vault vouchers, so you couldn't make forgeries. You could at any time use a command like /r bill [amount] and it would take that amount of rupees out of your balance and give you a bill of that amount, and if you right-click with the bill in your hand, it consumes the bill and puts the corresponding amount into your balance (no ATM's needed! ). In order to make this less crazy, it should only be possible to do this with amounts like 10k, 100k, 1mil, etc., and if you type in a weird amount like 73951 or something, it would just say "invalid amount" and do nothing. This would be like the difference between having money in the bank vs. having cash, in real life.Here are some pros that I think this idea would bring; things that can't really happen now:- You can create a sort of buffer for your money, like if you have a shop that buys a lot of stuff, but you don't want it to run you out of money, or down past a certain point, you can take out some cash to prevent it from being spent this way.- Savings! You can take out a bunch of cash, put it away for a rainy day, bury it in the backyard; whatever. You would be able to divide your money into piles, so some can go towards one thing, and some can go towards another thing, rather than just pulling from one big, unorganized pot.- This, I think, would be a good response to the whole rupee-leaderboard thing from a while back. The main issue with players being able to see how much money every other player has seemed to be that many people didn't want this information to be publicly available - they'd rather have the choice, at the very least. Well, stick these bills on item frames and you have yourself a nice display of your wealth! This would mean that you could flaunt your wealth if you wish, but only to people who look at your res, and of course you can already decide who can do that.- Just like cash in real life, it would be a more discrete form of money, that you can give to someone in a transaction you want to keep off-the-record. I don't really know if this is a good thing, in fact it has a pretty sinister sound to it, but I just think that freedom of privacy is always nice, as long as you're not doing anything against the rules. Of course, people would know that cash transactions aren't recorded on your rupee history, so they would be knowingly taking a risk doing them.Anyway, if anyone wishes they could literally have stacks of cash, well, they could with this!I'm sure there are going to be some serious problems that I haven't thought of, and I'm very interested in hearing them, so I could maybe come up with solutions to them, and I'd like to hear any thoughts and ideas about this, really.