1 pointI had my doubts about this mod, since the mod page doesn't display the changes made, and since I didn't want to download the whole thing to read the readme file, for whatever reason. Also because due to the great scope of this project, if I didn't agree with some of the changes, I'd either be stuck with them or not install the mod at all. Luckily, the authors recently provided a link to the mod's GitHub page, where all the changes are listed. And there's a ton of them. A ton. Not only that, but a multitude of fixes are actually numbered, and there's usually a link to the affected files when the issue is closed, where the changes.ini is provided. This means that at least some of the changes can be reverted, if so desired, by locating them in Override and removing them. Now, with all that said, the great majority of these fixes are 24 karat goodness. Facing issues, pathing issues, bugged quests... you name it. The companions' facing issues alone would already merit their own mod, and DarthParametric's magic hand performs shading, texture and clipping improvements to heads that needed them badly. Most of what is being offered here goes beyond appearance and UTC improvements, and are worth it. And while half of these fixes are unique to this mod, the other half is a compilation of mods made by a variety of authors, presented in a neat package. The K1CP basically fixes all the stuff that would make you go "oh well, it's a video game, after all". It really is impressive.