You can make your own .cbl files as long as you keep the structure the same as it's just an .xml file :
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<?xml version="1.0"?> <ReadingList xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"> <Name>Sinestro Corps War</Name> <Books> <Book Series="Sinestro Corps Special" Number="1" Volume="2007" Year="2007"> <Id>578f2525-0551-4b8f-ad89-1290701bfd46</Id> </Book> <Book> .... </Book> </Books> <Matchers /> </ReadingList>
Under Book, the <Series> ( Comic Name ), <Number> (Issue #), <Volume> (Comic Series Year), <Year> (Issue Year) are all requirements as well. The more information you give that's accurate the better chance you'll have of being able to actually find the series when doing filechecks and searches.
the <Id> field is completely optional. It's not used by Mylar at all, but it is used by ComicRack - so it's completely optional as it doesn't hurt the import process at all.
**The order that you give in the file is the order that it will be imported in sequentially. So in the example above, Sinestro Corps Special #1 V2007 (2007) would be stated as being in Reading Order #1**
I'll be adding in some ReadingLists that I've imported (and am currently using) so that others can use them if they so need.
(More instructions to follow...)