8, 8, I forget what is for
I imagine Prince was blowing some smoke my direction...and that's fine. My head is not so big that I didn't smile when I read that. I too am enjoying his recent reviews. There's always something new to learn from see how others do it---but at some point, to be constantly buying your adventures I think cuts against the grain of the hobby. There's a real joy in creation that (again that Raggi quote) makes it an active rather than a passive hobby. For me, that's a big part of the fun.We that's BS. I for one am getting a lot out of your fresh eyes on a number of my favourite classic modules.
The landscape is just saturated with product---good and bad. Byrce's reviews helps you navigate, but there's still a sensory overload I needed to turn "off" because it was killing my own sense of creativity.