Well Jim, I did watch the whole thing. I never said otherwise. Nor did I say the guy was a bad reviewer.....nor do I even disagree that video isn't important for some folks today. Was it fair? Yes. Good? Only if you are into video. I gather you are a hybrid shooter. For that, I apologize if I offended you. But what I won't apologize for, is enjoying the photographic (stills) side of it. I simply wrote the time of where the reviewer FINALLY starts talking about photos, so that other folks like myself who just want to know that side of the R5 could simply save themselves 20 minutes in their lives. We are basically trying to navigate through all this online video noise. What's wrong with that? You can't deny that the reviews have been very lopsided in favor of videos - to date. Regardless how important video may be to you and others, I'd like to think there is still a fairly large community that wants to hear about the stills side of things. Some want to know what the camera can do as they wait for theirs, and lucky ones like myself who have it already, are simply online because we are excited about it and want to discuss it. The irony to all this video talk, is this camera is probably the best stills camera out there today. It certainly feels like it to me anyway.Well... You both missed a good, fair video. Hope people don't skip your photos and comment about it after you share them.