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Alright, another question Greensock Guys... Was having a look at the Served ping-pong site the other day, have a look at it here: http://www.served-mcr.com/ Great site, loving the animation in it. Noticed they're using TweenMax and Scrollorama among other scripts, nice. I was interested in the tiny background animations they've included. I created something very similar a while ago with CSS Animations and Keyframes, and in the spirit of cross-browser compatability I wanted to recreate it with JS. I've been hearing more and more lately about animated PNG's using this method (as opposed to an Animated PNG, or Firefox's APNG). I get how they're using setInterval to call an individual .png file every x second to create the illusion of an animation, which is pretty cool, and a huge time/file-size saver when compared to say using .gif's, but I haven't been brave enough yet to try and create something similar with the GSAP. If any of you guys have the time could I ask for any suggestions or examples of how this might be done with Greensock? I've included some makeshift assets for you to use, just five images of squiggly lines you could use to trigger through, if that makes it easier Appreciate any help you boys have. Cheers