Hey Bob, Attached you'll see two screenshots, one for each of Stanislav's approaches. As an alternative, you might want to take a look at this Blogpost from Josh Morales (www.sitefinity.com/.../mapping_external_templates_for_sitefinity_4_widgets) It's a less elegant approach, but if its simply a matter of adding some non obtrusive server-side code its often easier to 'add' than 'inherit' when it comes to upgrades & service packs... Jochem
If you install the Sitefinity Thunder extension and use that to retrieve the widget, life will get alot easier. It can automatically download/upload the widgets (just like the built-in editor) but you can also save a widget locally, in which case it saves the template locally under the guid.ascx name.
It's one of those pleasant little gems that make Georgi's projects rise above the rest :)