It looks like Bethesda is gearing up for an announcement on the first The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim DLC. In a Twitter post, Bethesda's Pete Hines says he is working on getting more information out on Skyrim DLC and it could be announced next week. He is also working on a release date for the Kinect support for the Xbox 360, but the DLC is what more people are interested in I am sure. So far, all we really have to go on are a couple of trademarked names (Redguard and Dawnguard) and the fact that Bethesda's Todd Howard said the DLC for Skyrim will be more "substantial" with an "expansion pack feel." Hopefully that means we will have more content similar to Oblivion's Shivering Isles expansion and not just a new house to acquire. If you just cannot wait for the Skyrim DLC, you are more than welcome to check out Skyrim Nexus or the Steam Workshop to download any number of stellar mods.