I won't disclose anything too major yet, but someone might be doing the PZF manager. This is an important step in ProSonic's production because the PZF manager is what will allow gamers to use their own levels and other related data with the engine. This deal isn't set in stone yet, but it looks promising from my perspective.
I will still need someone who can add scripting and networking support in ProSonic. I don't want to fool with it! I just want someone else who is skilled and willing to put those things in the engine. As I said before, I will pay them up front if they can show me they are capable of doing the work.
On another note, I still need to find someone who can write a sprite editor. I have the specifications for the sprite format used by ProSonic typed out for anyone who is willing and ready to write the program.