At the beginning of (and, in fact, throughout) a big show I like to play around with different scheduling options and scenarios, based on different crew availability, different turnover dates and so on. In MS Project, this is easy - I can just save out a version of the current master schedule and mess around with it to my heart's content, and then keep it for reference - but I can't see an easy way to do this in Shotgun. I suppose one could create a duplicate of the entire Project and use that as a testbed, but that would mean an entire duplicate project for every alternative scenario if they were intended to be a permanent archive/resource for discussion. Would it be possible to create a 'schedule sandbox' in which one could create a snapshot of the current list of tasks, shots, assets and assignments and then have a space in which to mess around with them without the information immediately rolling out to every user? It would also be great if sandbox snapshots could be saved for later reference. I suppose an alternative would be to export a task list to .csv, and then use a separate Gantt editor with which to play around, but if there were a way to keep it all within Shotgun, that would be terrific.