It just elimites one step for us, if the mod is accepted into a Guide. It's not necessary, but having the community do this also helps to build our "mod database". We're hopeful that users will be able to use the same framework we use for our Guides to put together their own user-built guides and will be used for the planned "STEP Builds". This plays off the old "Packs" idea, however, it won't be a separate framework like that one was. Honestly, it's still too early to say how this plan will play out, but it's one thing we're looking into. Thus, the more mod pages we have on the wiki, the faster it will be for users to slap together their mod lists using our framework.