Need it to be more like Joomla, its the best when it comes to customization of sites.

Boonex is Great, but they all look the same, need the format to be more customizable.

Nathan Paton
I've seen, and have been able to make, some Dolphin sites that look nothing like stock Dolphin. It takes more work, but it's doable.

There are a lot of large and nicely-done Dolphin sites, but none of the owners of these sites hang around Unity, and I don't blame them. Mostly because these people hire developers to create the site, and they choose Dolphin, so there's really no connection to BoonEx, except for the license in the developer's account.
Andrew Boon
Dolphin is highly customisable already, and D8 is even more so. It's just that not many people bother to modify it much. D8 supports quick'n'easy templates installation though - so that'd help.
Below is the legacy version of the Boonex site, maintained for Dolphin.Pro 7.x support.
The new Dolphin solution is powered by UNA Community Management System.