Re: To sum this whole category up
Another thing is that a video cannot account for the different ways that an individual learns. We all have some of these prototypical ways of learning.
Some are logicians that learn by having what is happening explained to them. Others learn best by mimicking or copying, and these folks probably will benefit most from videos. Others learn best by having the instructors take their hand through the rod stroke. Others learn by visualization. Others by examples such as flicking water off the end of a paint brush or hitting a nail on the head. Others by pantomiming the stroke without a fly rod.
The point I am making is that a video is not able to adapt to the individual looking at the video. An instructor can. So can this BB. The BB is complementary to teaching videos. Teaching and learning should not be either/or but both/and.
"Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought"..........Szent-Gyorgy