This one isn’t a guide so much as a website that might be useful. Properly utilizing your mods is probably the single biggest issue most people face. You can have amazing characters, but if you’re not modding them correcting, your team will not be at it’s best. There is an auto-assign in-game feature, but it’s completely useless. The only time the recommended mods would be better is if you weren’t using mods at all before. I’ve been doing my own modding manually pretty much since they came out. swgoh.gg make it easier to keep track and organize everything, but the onus was still on you to actually figure out the perfect combination to maximize your speed. That can be pretty tricky. I know people who created spreadsheets just to keep track of their mods. I just did it all in my head, but I have a pretty good short-term memory. I’ve seen a few websites pop up that try to do the work for you and the results have always been less than ideal. Granted, I never sought out all of them, but the ones I did try would never actually be able to improve on my own manual modding. Today is the first time I found a site that not only beat me, but did so in a substantial way: https://mods-optimizer.swgoh.grandivory.com/ Basically, you use your ally code (you need to have a swgoh.gg account) and the site imports your mods and characters. Keep in mind that swgoh.gg will only show a mod if you’ve put it on a character and it updates. So if you get an amazing mod, but haven’t given it to anyone, it won’t show up. Drag the characters you want to optimize (your arena team) to the right. You want to order them from most important first. This will determine which character gets priority. For example, the character you want fastest will go first to ensure they will get the best combination. As you go down, subsequent characters will be given the best combination of the mods not already used by a higher priority character. I decided to try it out with my arena team and was able to increase the speed of 3/5 of my team with minimal speed losses in the other two. My Sion was substantially faster than I had done manually (+17). It might not be practical for your whole account, but for optimizing your arena team, it did a pretty good job.