With the ever growing tutorials being added to online and dvd libraries, there are bound to be things that we HATE seeing in a tutorial, love seeing or just don't see at all, but would like to. I think this thread could be a great opportunity to voice some ideas and help people with their own lessons or reach the big times. Personally, I hate the amount of talking BEFORE anything even happens. Please do not confuse this with me not wanting to hear about the fundamentals of how and why this works, it's just that I may be pressed for time (how many of us are guilty of surfing while at work?), or it may be something I already know and won't know that's the case until I see it. Solution? I would like to see instructionals show the full movement at full speed, multiple angels, and then go on to the instructional/theory/etc. Below is an example of something similar I have seen and what inspired this thought. Well there was an app I got around the first year of my jiu jitsu career, where you had two (essentially three) options to learn. Once you selected the move/position/etc you wanted, you would then see a frame by frame break down with a written step by step explanation. You could then select "Instructional" where it would show all the steps with the narration, and from multiple angels. The other option was "Full Speed" where it simply showed the move at full speed from multiple angels as well. I absolutely LOVED the "preview" feature of Full Speed. I could see if it was something I felt comfortable doing, if it was something I already knew, or whatever else. Then I would go and watch the Instructional. Please contribute or flame away!