Oops - I spoke too soon . . .
Hey Jason - I spoke too soon. It's almost working the way we need it to . . . one slight glitch still exists.
It's pulling data from the proper columns - so that part is correct. However, it's not pulling the Access Level for the specific record only; it's pulling the entire list of unique "Access Level" names for all registered member/administrators.
Example: I have two "members" signed up. When they're both set to an "Access Level" of "member" - only "member" shows up next to each name under "Access Level" (which is why I thought we had it right when I sent my last post). When I changed the "Access Level" to "member" for one and "administrator" for the other, it then showed "Administrator" and "Member" in the results table next to each record - essentially displaying ALL unique "Access Levels" that are contained in the visitors table.
I just want to return the result for the single record that has an "Access Level" assigned to in - just one group.GroupName per registered member/administrator.
Thanks in advance again - I appreciate the help.