thats true, i really like to stream tho, where people can really see the skill and creativity of live play, where your hitman knowledge actually make you improvise (dont get me wrong, i do fail alot and in some days i even rage on the mic lol) the initial run masks all the hard work, fails and trail and error behind it. videos are cool, but i dont like to post videos of featured content or something that tons of people post already (for example i published my "Professional Sniper" run, just because i couldnt find any when i was searching to see how others have done it. i would even rather publish random contracts, which makes a certain mechanic shine and people can learn from it, than giving them a route they can imitiate but they still wont have the knowledge to recreate. i want people to learn not imitiate. when someone who isnt a hitman veteran watch a speedrun, he only figured 50% at most, of what the runner is doing and why. thats not ideal for learning.