In the light of the recent forced update to Skype, many users are forced to forgo their normal experience to try a new experience some people just don't want. I propose that in the next version of Skype there be a mode called Classic mode, and the point of this mode is the modify the GUI as to appear closer to something in the past versions. I propose there be different styles representing the different era's of Skype. For example 4.2 had your profile picture and mood in the top left of the screen, the group call would show a conversation picture despite being in a call or not, and the conversation would show you the participants of a group call despite not being in one you're self. This is what I refer to as the aforementioned "normal experience." Users prefer familiarity, and it's this familiarity that kept users from consciously updating to the latest version of skype. The Classic Mode won't have to be a complete overhaul of Skype as a whole. In face the GUI could keep the color scheme and functions already implemented. I'm proposing a purely graphical adjustment to ease the minds of all the angry users in dismay over the recent changes. I know I speak for many people when I say that this is all we really want. A sense of familiarity from what we used in the past and continued to use until the day we were locked out.