I fully understand the argument against them. Videos can get outdated and the uploaders wont bother uploading with newer information or even delete their outdated videos. However videos are good for those that are visual learners and they visually show the instructions in practice so they can see for themselves what they are doing is correct. I also want to argue the point that the instructions can definitely go out of date quickly but that doesn't take away the fact that they will work if followed correctly. I'll be fully honest, at the time I was interested in modding my Wii U I didnt see any written guides on how to go through with it. I watched several videos first and saw them go through the same steps before putting into practice what I needed to do. Nothing has happened since and I'm glad there are guides like 3ds.guide available but video guides are a nice option too.