Phil Sluder and Ed Eaton are teaming up to do a SolidWorks World session to address your SolidWorks problems. In this session they will offer two (potentially differing) perspectives on how to work through problems submitted by SolidWorks users like you, and debate the merits/demerits of their approaches. This allows attendees to drive the agenda and get a 'second independent opinion' on each issue addressed.
If you would like to see your SWx issues attacked by two experienced SolidWorks users, please post a zip file of your SWX parts/assemblies/ drawings along with a DETAILED text description of what you were trying to accomplish to
Please post as early as you can - Phil and Ed will have to stop accepting problems once they have enough to fill the hour-and-a-half session.