So I've been thinking about how we go about this whole SilmFilm thing. I like the Executive Producer model - it ties the project up to the podcast feed, with Corey an friends as the ultimate figure heads. What I'm wondering is, are we utilizing that format in the most effective way? Here's my initial thought: as contributors and concept artists and writers and casting agents, up to now we've been thinking of our primary product as the result of those processes - namely, script outlines, costume designs, casting selections. The way that I'm thinking differently about it is this: our actual primary product should be the slides/inputs to the recording sessions. We've been leaning on Mithluin to do this, and she has been doing her best to try to consolidate our (often conflicting) ideas and present them fairly and with all the background. And it mostly works. But there have been cases, for example, where I think for a particular idea of mine, I might have been able to word it differently. This is by no means a slight on Mithluin! It's just that sometimes when someone else reads your idea, filters it through their own understanding, and then re-writes it, it comes out differently. Maybe it's even better, but it's different. I don't have a plan, or an idea of how to actually do this. Maybe logistics makes it impossible. Heck, I'm a busy guy - other than a sentence or two on a given slide I might not even be able to live up to it myself. It's just that I've been rethinking a little bit about what the exact nature of this collaboration is, and wondering if we can make our output match our function.