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  1. Andrew, This argueing is getting stale. You seem to want to compete in a market that promotes quality. The best approach is to notice what established, reputable companies do with great success. YouTube (or any low quality video) could not be seriously considered as a medium for tutorials on a state-of-the-art application such as 3d-Coat. Leave it to the cell phone crowd where it belongs. Look to (successful) companies like Pixologic who care how they are perceived by their user base. ZBrush tutorials are a fantastic resource, well organized and presented in both streaming and downloadable formats for users trying to follow step-by-step, click-by-click examples. Those that marvel at the increasing internet speeds and the new gadgets to facilitate basic operations like saving a tutorials see this from the viewpoint of the computer, not the art. I do not want to have to load new tools or upgrade my internet service (at high cost) to get the latest gadget. My goal is to get past the computer to get to the art. Not wanting to organize this data on your HD seems counter to the very concept of learning. My most valuable resource is the reference data stored on my system, like the books on my shelf, for it represents what is important to me. Look to your competition.