Hello all. I've been recently thinking about starting a video series on YouTube where different methods of playing games across different forms of hardware and software are tested in-depth for how much input lag each would produce and under which circumstances. The results would be presented in the YouTube video itself, featuring recorded footage, full numerical data on input lag, light statistical analysis, and detailed descriptions of steps and specific tools for repeatibility. The working title right now is "Input Lag Police", or ILP, but I'm really not too keen on that title. Maybe someone has a better suggestion? So, this is a resource that I would love to have had as a gamer who uses different emulators on different devices, but I'd like to know if this is something others would find useful. Ideas for videos include testing of the Raspberry Pi 3 and Retropie's emulators, Retroarc's emulators on the 3DS, PSP, and Vita, Adrenaline's PSP compatibility, and any other requests people might make. The ultimate goal of the show would be to collect, process, and report the data on input lags in various settings in a way that is succinct and entertaining while being easy to compare quantitatively between various methods. Would anyone like to watch something like that?