I have just achieved the rank of Commando in the Skial Discord server, and I don't like it that my donator color overlaps the merit-based color, which I would much rather see the color of. I have came up with a multitude of options as to attack this very pressing issue, one that determines the face of mankind and TF2 Gaming itself. 1. The best option in the long run is to create a colorless Donator role, and upon request, the admin will switch Gold Donator colors over to the Colorless Donator role. As stated in the past in several talks with admins, in suggestions and out of suggestions, assigning the Donator role in the first place is not meant to be automated, rather a volunteer-based activity. Admins will now be permitted to add or remove roles already attained by the user, for example, if a user already has Donator Gold, but would like to switch to the Elite Red, the admin, at their discretion, can be able to switch them the color. In short, you have a colored and a colorless donator role, and the user can request which one they want from a Volunteering Admin. This suggestion just facilitates this capability. The above is the best possible option, but the below are brought to attention as possible alternatives. 2. This is very short-term, but you could literally shift the Donator role below the first 2/3 Nadeko roles (Elite+Commando). People will probably want the Donator Gold back anyways, so this will have to be readdressed in the future. 3. Very lazily, you can just remove the donator role for the color to change. This will not allow the user to access the donator channel, but oh well, stop complaining. 4. Delete Nadeko and all of its roles. 5. Delete Donator Gold and the Donator Channel (Please don't) 6. Much like Solution 1, but perhaps one could use a Nadeko feature in order to allow the user to swap between roles they have had in the past. I am not sure if this exists, but this remains at the bottom for this purpose. I hope you treat this problem with the urgency it desires, and thank you for reading this.