Yeah for sure. I do think it's important to correct when misinformation is being spread. I also sometimes feel like younger fans make complaints because they don't have the contextual knowledge of the series that I do, so I think it's something that everyone in our age group falls into at some point. And the same will happen to Gen Z in 10 years time! Another thing that's occurred to me is when we consider our position in the fanbase (those of us in our 30s), it's easy to forget that we aren't the oldest fans. Think of people like Stealth, who are in their 40s. Stealth would have been around 12 when Sonic 1 was released. I actually talked to someone who was in their 40s about Sonic in real life and it was really interesting to get his perspective on the franchise. How he hated Tails because he was looking forward to Sonic 2 in his teenage years during its campaign hype and was put off by having an AI companion get in the way and losing rings in special stages, break bridges etc. It's not a new complaint, but the angle of it ruining hype I think is interesting. It's not something we had any concept of, because when we played the Sonic games as kids the classics would have already all been released at that point. He also told me how significant the gap between Sonic 3 (1994) and Sonic Adventure (1999) felt to him. I guess in your teenage years that's a really big time gap. To use Stealth again as an example, he would have been 15 when Sonic 3 came out and 20 when Sonic Adventure came out. I remember my friend telling me how it was fun to see Sonic in 3D, but the gap had kind of killed it for him and he had moved onto other things at that point. Again, this is something I don't think a lot of people our age would have much context of, because we probably played the games for the first time around the late 1990s anyway. I remember thinking Sonic Adventure was getting released only a year or maybe two after I first got into the series. I dunno how important this is, I just think it's interesting to think about. It's not like we have perfect contextual knowledge of the franchise either.