I agree with you, Joseph! "I figured out the problem, but that's what I'm saying - the lack of options with the default editor and lack of user friendliness of the other option in the Tiny MCE HTML editor on such a broad and detailed platform as moodle".
+ For example: In discussion forums, I'd like to demonstrate google docs, slideshare, flash etc. Not a link or attachment! I want my students to have a look at my documents before they decide to download them. How can I embed these files - (google docs, slideshare, flash etc)? Install plugins (Poodll anywhere/ Generico...)? That's a struggle! In Vbullentin, zetaboards, nukeviet, wordpress and so on, this work's very simple. I strongly believe that experts can make moodle better. But Why not?