So I was reading the auto pay thread, and I got an idea for something kind of similar. And thought I should make a new thread for it instead of as just a reply to the auto pay thread.The idea: Rentable [access] signs for individuals, with the rate and time period on the sign itself.For example: Instead of [access] on the first line of the sign, you would type [rent]. Leave the second line blank (to be auto-filled with the renter's name). Custom phrase on the third line (will elaborate why, further down). Price and rental period on the fourth line, perhaps separated by a slash instead of colon so as not to confuse with buy:sell shop signs (with the rental period in Days for simplicity). And perhaps once rented, the [Rent] on the first line could change to [Rented] but this wouldn't be necessary. This all would of course, once rented, grant access to the renter of the rented item. Like switches, doors, chests, etc.So it would look like this:[Rent]...................... Sign designated as a rental sign.ImParanoid............. The renter's name (example name used).Room 108................ Custom phrase (hotel room number for example).100/7....................... The price/time period. This example: 100 rupees for 7 days.And just as with the shop sign system, you would left click the sign to rent access, perhaps multiple times too to compound rental time.Also with this system, two simple commands could also be implemented./rentals and /renew/rentals would return a summary of all signs the renter has rented.In a format like: (residence)...(custom phrase)...(time remaining)...(price/time period)Example: 8645...Room 108...3 days...100/7This is where the custom phrase comes into use. To keep track of which signs on a residence have been rented./renew would allow for an easy way to renew your rental.Format: /renew (residence) (custom phrase) (price)Example: /renew 8645 room 108 300 (would buy three rental periods)With a system like this, the owner of the rental sign could basically "set and forget" their available rentals. An auto pay system would not be needed if the renter purchases multiple rental periods up front, and is able to renew for multiple rental periods at a time if they wish.And as I was thinking of this idea, I realized it would be less of a headache if chests were not rentable. Or if they were rentable, maybe a grace period could be added based on when the person last logged on. Like if they log on and a chest is overdue, they receive a message that "Storage Chest 1 at 8645 is overdue. Use /renew to update your rental, or remove items to prevent loss." And if they ignore it and log off without renewing, their items in the chest are deleted. This was the idea I thought of to prevent the possibility of chest rental abuse by someone renting the chest, not renewing upon expiration, and otherwise tying up the chest so it can't be rented.