Hey folks, I was reading some problems others were having with their SQL and I've thought about my own, I want to suggest an idea so more experienced developers can evaluate its veracity. I think there are many use cases for a plugin which will act like / spoof a MySQL server, accepting input as MySQL and outputting the code based on its config settings. Config options could include forcing a table prefix, forcing different plugins to use their own tables (when some just don't at all,) support for plugins that require UseSSL=true, and maybe converting that SQL to a flatfile. When you run shops, block loggers, ban plugins, and a host of others that often use or require storage it becomes a mishmash of flat files alongside poorly organized tables and rows. I'd appreciate a layer of abstraction to help me organize this all better, and a plugin would bring the configuration for such a solution to one convenient place. I was warned it would be a RAM and storage Wh*** but maybe there are other opinions. I am sure it will require advanced knowledge of database security to prevent injection or other things I'm not qualified to speak on. So I defer to you!