I agree with that. I have a tonne of comments and nitpicks (with heavy disclaimers) that I want to express, and literally the only reason I haven't is because there's so much to say, but really it's more important to assert one thing: Pelikan, keep doing what you're doing. Before anything else - before the tweaks and considering comments and the mountain of suggestions - you do your thing. Put your visions first and keep believing in them first, because it's working... better than anything has worked in the last 15 years. You already clearly have such a solid idea of the Sonic game everyone has always wanted so you don't have to worry about feeling deflated or distracted by all the inevitable feedback; just keep believing in what you're doing first. You got us this far following your own inspiration and everyone thanks you for it. You too Merc, keep up the good work on the physics! For me, the big deal (well part of the big deal) about SFR is that it came at a time when hope was finally gone for good. Sega have finally shown that even when they publicly try, they can't get it right anymore. There was never going to be a next gen classic Sonic experience again, but out of the blue there's this and it is a sigh of relief that I didn't think would ever exist.