Hey everyone!TL;DR version first: I've decided to come back, but I need help figuring out what I should be doing once I join.I was an active player on EMC for a while back when I first joined, but then I got caught up in mod packs, and felt like the vanilla Minecraft experience lacked something, and subsequently I left EMC. I've been on-and-off active on the forums since back then, but I haven't really played on the servers.I've decided now that I want to start playing on EMC again, but I don't know exactly what I want to be doing. Before, I was just playing like I was playing single player, but then I might as well play single player, eh? So now, I'm trying to come up with what I should be doing once I come back. I want to do something that benefits others more than myself. I have pretty much settled on two options, but I don't know which one I should go for.Choice one is to create/procure items for sale (i.e. set up a shop) to help people getting the items they need to make their creations. You know, setting up farms, whether food items or trees, or making smooth stone/stone brick, get a bunch of sheep and get wool, etc. I utterly suck at making creations myself, so I'd be more happy to have my work go towards other people's works. It doesn't hurt that I'd make a little money in the process either. Choice two is to join one of the wilderness outposts, for the same reason that I would set up a shop, minus the money making: To help gather resources and such, for others to make use of, only in this case, I won't just be an impersonal retailer to buy items from, but instead I'd be a productive member of a team. The problem with this idea, is that there are so many outposts out there, and I wouldn't know which one to pick from, or if they'd even want me as part of their team, were I to choose one. Even more: If I join an old, established group, I'd assume they'd continue existing, and so I wouldn't have to worry that my work would be for naught, but on the other hand, it's already up and running, and my work might not be so needed. If I join a new, beginning group, my work would probably be much more useful and appreciated, but on the other hand, I won't know if they will still exist a month from now...Input, tips and opinions on my choices are certainly welcome. I hope you all will welcome me back with open arms. And as always: Sorry for the wall of text.