Better (Non-liquid-rescaled to fit) preview image: http://www.philipk.net/portfolio/textures/pk01_scene.jpg from texture author
When I do do maps with In Sauer without a custom .cfg, I often found myself going after one specific texture set. Realizing that a great deal of the textures in Sauer were from quake mods, I figured that an expanded set might be available, so I tracked down the original author, discovered that the texture set is being distributed in a more complete form then what was in Sauer, and set about repackaging the latest set from the author. Because of my addiction to this set, my package.cfg has alot of redundancy with rotated, pulsing, and env-reflective variations so I could achieve the designed effects in my maps- Given that you have to call this package explicitly anyways, I figured it was better to have too many variations than too few.
I *did not* create these textures, they are the work of Philipk (www.philipk.net)
-159 textures (!)
-package.cfg file to load 112 materials, many just the common rotations I'd use for my maps
-Complete mapping on many of the surfaces which lacked them
-Most textures are twice the resolution they were previously, not sure if the old package used older versions or what
-Several lights from Philipk's older collection, included for lack of large light source options in set
-Every texture EXCEPT the aforementioned light additions is atleast bumpspecmap, some using bumpspecmapglow
-Computer panels with pulse variations (Great effect, if you have never used it)
-Matte/Reflective blending on tiles, brilliant visuals (Really, try this!)
-All texture in-game scales match the older set, so converting is simple
-All trim has atleast two variations, atleast one without glow. (Actual color variations, not simply removing the glow)
-Nine new surfaces that were not present in the current Sauer set (Aswell as variations on many more)
If anyone is interested I may make a replacement mod for the default set, replacing it with the full resolution assets.
-Edit1: Removed hidden Mac files, my apologies for letting those sneak in.