Heya! So I had an idea that we could merge the Java and Bedrock edition of Mineplex into 1 server! This can be done by utilizing the plugin Geyser. What that does is translate the java packets into something bedrock can use (at least that's my understanding of it) and allowing bedrock players to join the Java edition server. I have personally tried this out and can confirm it works with the latest Minecraft versions of both Java and Bedrock. For more information feel free to search Geyser Minecraft online. I'm not gonna link their website directly since it's not on the approved links list. It looks like this: https://gyazo.com/dec3bb3869dba6fd2142b2e4688d2be6 Pros of merging: - Larger overall player base since everyone will be together - Wait times for games will be nonexistent (since bedrock usually has around 5-10k players pretty sure) - Allows people to play with their other friends who may not have the same version that they have - Can merge the java and bedrock staff teams together into 1 team - You can play Mineplex Java...... IN VR!!! ( You can already play bedrock in VR but Java server go BRRRRRR) Cons of merging: - The skill gap will be VERY high for bedrock players. Java "sweats" are VERY different from Bedrock "sweats". Plus tablet people will be playing against more PC players which might unbalance things. But that already happens on bedrock right now. - Some games/mechanics might have to be altered to accommodate different platforms but with my experience so far I haven't noticed a single issue in terms of interactions cross platforms I just think merging the servers and bringing everyone together has more pros than cons. Maybe I'm completely overlooking something but in my eyes this seems like a big change that is worth considering. If you believe I missed something please let me know!