I'm getting some weird results (by default) when I show my column footer. First of all, my grid doesn't automatically get sized based off the number of rows in my grid. For example, if my grid initially takes up half my page with only 3 rows to bind to it, the grid stays the same size and my footer is shown all the way at the bottom instead of below my 3 rows. Therefore, I have to resize the DIV where my grid object resides based of the number of rows which is 26 pixels (approximately the size of each row) times the number of rows plus the space above the rows (161 pixels in my case). This looks fine on my machine in most cases...in other caes, the grid is either too small or too big. Secondly, if the user decides to do grouping on the columns, the grid doesn't automatically resize and the footer remains all the way at the bottom (leaving a huge space gap between the group rows and the footer). Is there a better way to handle the first issue? How can I deal with the second issue?