Would it be feasible to implement a SmartGuild tag that returns an abbreviation of the guild name if the name consists of more than one word (composed of the first letter of each word), otherwise returning the same as the Guild tag? Aloft's tag compiler can do this and I've gotten quite fond of it.
Mostly a petty change, but can you add an alias like "Master" or something for [IsPet?[Guild]] - the 's PET at the end? For one, figuring out that you see the owner name as the pets guild is very unintuitive to me, and second, having a direct access alias to just the name of the owner would make the value a lot easier to play around with, rather than remembering to convert the text to strip the little end part each time, &c.
The owner's name is visible under the name of the pet, if you simply target the pet. This is true if you have the option selected that shows the guild name. Likewise with NPCs, such as Quartermaster Gorman <Rations> and Edwin VanCleef <Defias Kingpin>. In these two cases, their guild tag would evaluate to what's in the carets.
I'd like to add one more thing: I haven't checked it in the past day or two, so it could be an old bug.
Quite a while ago, you added a tag that would allow you to see if someone was dead, ghost, divine interventioned, stealthed, feigned death, or a few other things, as well as if they had a soulstone after they had already died. For the longest time, this feature hasn't worked, but it would be quite helpful to reinstitute this. DI does work. I don't think FD does, but that is more or less moot since a recent patch.