The bakeware is not a huge issue since clay is not that abundant and kind of a pain to synthize (unless you got real lucky and landed near a mesa). At any rate I know about the recipes and don't consider it game breaking.First, thanks for putting together this modpack Landstryder. I've had a ton of fun with it so far and I think it doesn't get nearly the amount of attention it deserves.
A few minutes after I posted my response a couple of days ago I realized I could do something cheesy like using energy conduit to lay down a support structure and build over that. I didn't realize glowstone would be immune to gravity and I have plenty of that laying about thanks to my farm so I think that pretty much solves my problem.
I'll give a try at building support structures diagonally up instead of down and using carpenter blocks. I usually kind of shy away from using carpenter blocks due to the lag they can generate once you have enough of them so I really hadn't thought about whether or not they might provide more stability.
I noticed what is most likely an oversight or bug that can be abused:
There are two recipes for bakeware using brick and nether bricks. You can make bakeware out of regular bricks and then turn around and decompose it for nether brick decomposition products.
Yea I probably overdid the loot in the missile dungeon. As far as open computers the things it can do are quite limitless but it does require some basic programming skills. There are many pre made programs that can be downloaded from the net even if you can't program. You can even make robots to do work for you.Just finished sins of the past quest... All I have to say is that I'm sorry Landstryder I robbed your turrets blind of ammo and power cells... And everything else of value that wasn't bedrocked down (P.S. What good is computer craft anyways? I've ditched all of the computers and such that I've found sitting around everywhere. Do they do anything useful that I should know about?)