Thanks Josh. It's fun to TRY to create a higher-quality video than the typical home video. But it /IS/ a bit time-consuming. This last one I filmed in late summer and only recently did I finish it. It just takes time to figure out what you want to keep, what you want to throw (kind of like photos in that regard), which transitions to use, what order to put the clips in . . . etc. But once you get a workflow down (as with photos) it's fun and rewarding.