@Soup-Atross for what it is worth ... You can even customize the SC overview to your liking! :gasp: I know, right! Who'd a thunk it! Mind. Blown. The Eve defaults are really poor once you join a corp or leave hisec (example: security status is meaningless, unless the pilot is an outlaw). I chose overview settings to grab my attention when necessary. TIP: You can change overview settings while docked if you map a key to open your overview! Example of my choices, which likely differ from all other pilots in Eve: Flashing anything is annoying as heck, so never blink the background, but icons flashing are less annoying, but should be used sparingly! Hate > ... > family: red, orange, yellow, light blue, dark blue, green. Most of Eve is yellow to me, neutral standing = intentions unknown. If it is in your fleet, standing doesn't matter ... unless you are at war, then that is a really odd situation. If it is orange, or 'bad' standing, I probably set that standing myself so as to beware of them (known pirate groups and such, CODE., Goons, etc.). Security status only matters if you can shoot it, or if it might shoot you. Colortags / icons tell me additional info. They are flashing if I need to pay attention to the icon. Note that you can click-and-drag to change the priority of stuff. Highest priority at the top. Overview 'states' are mucho advanced, and a great way to have ships shooting you but not appearing on overview. I don't recommend mucking with overview states unless you thoroughly understand them.