In one of the tutorials for Scrivener an external writer, one Alexa Donne, states that she sets the font to Times New Roman, because that's how publishers like it. Or want it. Whatever, she makes a bit of a point of it. I did so too, because I'm a good boy, but... ew. From a professional point of view I defnitiely appreciate some good fonting from time to time, but right now I'm wondering what the drawback would be in just writing the whole thing in Arial and if some crackpot publisher wants my stuff, I'll just change it. I know this is a bit of a dumb question, but I'm a peculiar person, so is there somekind of pitfall I'm missing? Oh, and while I have your attention: What's with this line spacing? Who sets that to 2.0? Why?