The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, Resurrected

I know we have a lot of readers that have heavily modified their installations of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind over the years, but I thought I'd point out this twelve-step process over on the Morrowind Expanded blog for anyone else looking to reinstall "a better Morrowind". What to expect:
This website is meant as a guide for those who are installing and playing the videogame The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind (Bethesda, 2002-2003), more than five years after the final (Game of the Year) release. It has had so much fan work done on it that it can be made to look and feel like a new game, one that can in many ways rival its successor Oblivion.

The 12-step guide that follows is for those who want the best possible experience in the game, and are willing to spend more than a few hours fixing up the '˜raw' retail game in order to get it. I'm assuming you want to play the game anew (or even for the first time, you lucky people!) on a big widescreen LCD monitor, powered by a fast new Nvidia graphics card and Gb's of RAM.

Below, I step you through the basic outline of installing and modifying ((modding)) the game, to greatly enhance the graphics and sense of immersion in the game's world. I have been careful to find the latest versions and any patches they might need. I try to stay as faithful as reasonably possible to the game's original vision.
Thanks, Gameolio.