Looking through BX3e, and its advanced options in the appendices, I realized that I should have added the bard class.
I’ll be posting that in the next few days. It will be somewhat like the elf class, in terms of spell progression, and take spells from the magic-user, cleric, and druid spell lists (with a few added spells that are for bards only).
Also because my tastes, and those of the guys I game with, lend themselves to more modern rule conventions, I’m sure that some old-school gamers don’t care for some of the changes made to both BX3e and AD&D3e. I’ll be posting some optional rules (stat generation, ditching some saving throws, etc.) that bring both games more in line with older versions of the game.