Hey! I love playing on survival, and it had recently overtaken Creative Housing in players but there's always something to be improved. Claim Border Markers; The idea is self-explanatory. There's not really a way to check how much you have claimed without getting a friend to hit and place blocks around you, which is can be sometimes tedious. In Java Clans, you can see your claim because of a glowstone border bordering your claim, letting yourself see how much space you have claimed. I think that can be easily implemented into survival Adding people to your claim; This command is a dream to people who like to group up and form communities. Separate people making separate claims can often lead to your community looking disorganized or open to griefing because of the lack of space provided in a huddle of claims. A /trade command; This is especially useful for people who run shops, as the shopkeeper or the customer could be a scammer or a victim. This can also be useful in places where you're trying to give items to a friend in crowded places or distribute supplies evenly. Survival Economy; Instead of having to pay people in diamonds and other things, I think there should be an economy. This can be useful because diamonds take up a lot of storage and having them in a "bank account" would be useful and likely unsusceptible to griefers and thieves. There could be a /sell command or even a command to open up a shop that sells blocks and tools or has player auctions. Overall, I think that these ideas would greatly improve the gameplay of survival and would ultimately make their lives easier.