Thanks for the reply RottenDub. I read something about that on the old forum. Do you have archives of the old forum? Could you possibly post this in an "archive" section on this forum so i can re-read it.
It would be great to see a FO3 and NV pack. I found both but both were in Russian. They were called "Fate of Wanderer". I also found "Oblivion Association". It was in Russian as well. So those mod packs are of no use to me sadly.
Better quality than quantity. More testing means it's more polished. The saves that i was looking for were hidden away in a folder. But the link you're writing about is no longer a link. It was on the old forum. The link that said "Download these Savegames(click)" but the click isn't a link anymore. Could you still edit the post to include this link?
Also some feedback for your mod pack. There is this mod called "The Journey" It had a nice way of installing. There wasn't an installer included but the archive it was packaged in made it easier for me to set it up with Mod Organizer. There was a "Skyrim" Archive. Which included the whole Skyrim folder with all the mods, enbs, tools etc. What i did was cut and paste the "Data" folder from this archive into the mod organizer's "mods" folder and rename the "Data" folder to the mod pack's name. I copied and pasted the rest of the extracted "Skyrim" folder to the Skyrim game root folder. The folder which i copied and pasted is around 10MB. This way it saves a lot of space and hassle installing the whole package. Then there were 3 other folders called "ini" Which included the "skyrim.ini" and "skyrimprefs.ini". I copied and pasted these to the Mod Organizer's "profiles/Default" folder. Another folder called LoadOrder. Which included the "DLCList.txt, "loadorder.txt", "Plugins.tes5viewsettings", "plugins.txt" and "SteamModList.txt". I copied and pasted this into the Mod Organizer's "profiles/Default" folder as well. And another folder called "Save" with the saves included with MCM settings which i copied and pasted into Mod Organizer's "profiles/Default/saves" folder. Now after i've done this the mod pack is completely setup with the enbs, tools etc in the Skyrim root folder and the mod pack's big "Data" folder away from skyrim in the Mod Organizer's "mods" folder.
Here's a picture of the mod pack's folder:https://2img.net/h/oi62.tinypic.com/15ryry9.jpg
That was probably a whole lot of reading and sounded more complicated than it actually is but it might give you an idea to make installing your mod pack for some people easier.
Take care and i can't wait for your mod pack.