Researchers in the Interactive Systems Group at UTEP have been using a research tool called Didi for some time now. It was originally designed to be easily adaptable. This tool has proven to be adaptable as it has been changed by different researchers to suit particular needs. As a result, multiple versions of the program exist. In addition to this, the tool only works in Linux and has grown quite a bit. To solve these problems, the different versions could have been consolidated into one program and modified to produce a version that worked on other platforms, or another program could be customized instead. In order to make an informed decision about which alternative was more feasible, research was conducted on a potential replacement candidate called Wavesurfer. This paper briefly describes Didi, Wavesurfer, the initial modifications to Wavesurfer, and possible future modifications to Wavesurfer.