I have used my newly calculated iron group line list together with my earlier atomic and molecular line data, 58,000,000 lines total, to compute new opacities for the temperature range 2000K to 200000K. Calculations have been completed at the San Diego Supercomputer Center for 56 temperatures, for 21 pressures, for microturbulent velocities 0, 1, 2, 4, and 8 km/s, for 3,500,000 wavelength points divided into 1221 intervals from 10 to 10000 nm, for scaled solar abundances [+1.0], [+0.5], [+0.3], [+0.2], [+0.1], [+0.0], [-0.1], [-0.2], [-0.3], [-0.5], [-1.0], [-1.5], [-2.0], [-2.5], [-3.0], [-3.5], [-4.0], [-4.5], and [-5.0]. I have rewritten my model atmosphere program to use the new line opacities, additional continuous opacities, and an approximate treatment of convective overshooting. The opacity calculation was checked by computing a new theoretical solar model that matches the observed irradiance. Thus far I have completed a grid of 7000 model atmospheres at 2 km/s for all the abundances, for the temperature range 3500K to 50000K, and for log g from 0.0 to 5.0. This grid will allow a consistent theoretical treatment of photometry from K stars to B stars. Fluxes are tabulated from .09 to 160 micrometers. Preliminary results are reported for many photometric systems. Work is underway on grids for other microturbulent velocities. Microturbulent velocity strongly affects the interpretation of Cepheid and RR Lyrae photometry. The models, fluxes, and colors are available on magnetic tape and will also be distributed on CD-ROMs.