Initially introduced into the system as the ‘SF-182 Form’, this form was built out to mimic the US Government SF-182 paper-based form. This form was once available at an additional cost (on top of the regular licensing fees) but was added into the system as standard functionality in Q3 2015 (LR-9660). Although this form was made widely available to all customers, no attempt was made by SF to increase the customization capabilities. This resulted in customizations taking much longer than necessary and a form that looks very outdated.
To aid in the configuration process of this form, I have compiled all of the information needed into a single blog (along with some useful tips).