Gooble gobble... Dude now you KNOW I gotta see it now, haha. I've said it before and i'll say it again, he seems like a great guy and i'd love to get to know him, but i'm sorry, his reviews aren't of the same level of merit. I was out of the door with Brawn, and I bolted out and slammed it closed behind me with Minerva. Well I was now out after Beachcomber, once he said "Oh by the way, I broke this". I only really skip to the end anyway just to get to the final thoughts most of the time, anyway. He just ends up filling the YouTube void with something almost exactly I don't want for a review, a 20+ minute tirade filled with him rambling on and on, fiddling through transformations and slapping Tigertrack on his table, only to get an opinion that in the end doesn't satisfy everyone. And let's not forget about our one required use of "I broke it."! You know what, i'm gonna just get all this off my chest. I'm gonna try to keep it as concise as possible while trying to go a bit into detail just so I don't derail the thread. I've basically already stated my problems, reviews go on for too long and opinions end up not fitting everyone's shoes, for the sake of not giving enough of a recommendation for some types of collectors. My ideas for fixes? First and foremost, it seems like most reviews, with all due respect, haven't taken the time to delve deep into their editing software. I'd much rather watch a review in which more time was devoted to it through every phase of creation (preparation, review, post-production, etc) than one that goes on for damn long. I'd edit down my reviews mainly for time and also add a couple jokes here and there. I'd also make transformations a separate video, not to get more views from people watching the review (full disclosure: I do not give a flying rat's ass about popularity online. I'm a privacy freak and have always stayed on the down low. With YouTube, i'm gonna make that as close to my stigma as I can. But also I just wanna do this for the community, not for everyone and their kids), but to act also as a transformation guide a-la Paik's or Emgo's. Now on the part of the opinion, here's my newest idea. If I am allowed to, i've thought of putting up a Google Form for the figure I review, and include a questionnaire for TFW members only, and put all the ratings and opinions together for a "TFW Subjective Rating" for each figure. And with permission from some members, i'd have them write out a quick statement on their opinion of said figure and include that. Thoughts? There. I'm done. BACK TO HIPPIE AUTOBOT ANDROID #16. Fucking beautiful shots. "Oh my! Bub-bub bu-de-boop it's PARADISE!" Amazing work, my friend!