I know many of our kids, difficult child or not, are fascinated or obsessed with video games. I cannot count how many kids want to create or test video games as a career. My husband is a really good programmer and is especially gifted at making computer stuff understandable to non-computer techie people. If he can make ME understand what a bus is in computer terms, he can make others get anything! I have suggested that he create a syllabus for a class in how to create video games. There is software out there that is available for this. I think MIT even has freeware for this, but you have to really get into it to figure it out on your own. husband is also gifted in understanding the world of fantasy, Dungeons and Dragons type stuff. He used to create incredibly detailed scenarios for D&D and many were extremely popular around here. Wiz resurrected some of them and even though they used older versions of D&D they were still very popular at the local gaming place. This would help him create a game and teach others to create them. husband is a great teacher. He got official 'attaboys' each semester he taught, along iwth VERY high evaluations from students (here students evaluate each class). He had fewer bad marks/reviews than any grad student in the business college and than any of the profs in his department - including his advisor and the dept head. I think that a class taught through the library or multi-arts center might be very popular, but I cannot get him to really put any effort into it. He thinks the kids won't be interested. Do you think that any teens would be interested?