When you try to stack potions in the editor with 360Revoltion, it turns them into water bottles, which is quite worthless, except in making more potions. First of all, you need to have the tools and save. 360Revolution Any hex editor you want Savegame.dat decompressor and compressor Command Prompt The world you want to mod Device configured to the 360 Here are the files that are needed Spoiler http://www.mediafire...5171dvzzgvxxgl2 How To decompress the Savegame.dat Move your world to a device that you can transfer the world Connect the device to the computer Now create a folder on your desktop named World Backup, and put your world in it Now create another folder called, well call it whatever you want, then put another copy of your world in it Now open up Command Prompt Download the Minecraft Decompressor, I included a hex editor with it Put your extracted non backup world in 360Revolution and go to contents Extract the Savegame.dat to the non backup folder Open Command Prompt Then drag the minecraft.exe into the Command Prompt. Add a space, then type -d. Then add a space after that Then drag your Savegame.dat into the Command Prompt. Add another space after that. Then drag your Savegame.dat into it again, but this time rename it to decompressed.dat. It should look like this, but the folder names might be different C:\Users\Trent>"C:\Users\Trent\Desktop\Minecraft Decompressor\minecraft.exe" -d "C:\Users\Trent\Desktop\Minecraft Decompressor\savegame.dat" "C:\Users\Trent\Desktop\Minecraft Decompressor\decompressed.dat" Close Close the Command Prompt Open the decompressed.dat in any hex editor Press Ctrl + F and search for you potion by typing Count, I don't know how to identify it exactly, but I guess I got lucky in finding this out. This works on other stuff, I just find it more useful on potions. Then it should look something like this Then you change the two numbers after the 74 to any number between the hexadecimals of 01 and FF to be whatever number of items you want When you're done with the changes, save and quit HxD Now onto compressing and replacing your Savegame.dat Open Command Prompt Pretty much do what you did for decompression, but replace the d with a c, and switch the two file locations. Here is what it should look like again C:\Users\Trent>"C:\Users\Trent\Desktop\Minecraft Decompressor\minecraft.exe" -c "C:\Users\Trent\Desktop\Minecraft Decompressor\decompressed.dat" "C:\Users\Trent\Desktop\Minecraft Decompressor\savegame.dat" Open your world in 360Revolution and go to contents Replace the original "savegame.dat" with the modded one Rehash and Resign your world Open USB Explorer and replace your original world with the modded one If you need anything else explained more clearly, tell me, and I'll try to explain it better.