I’m torn between two options, and I’d like y’all to give me your input. Three months ago I created a YouTube video demo/review of my Logan Custom Firecaster II. The video has been up on my channel for those three months, and it’s received 94 views. It is more than sixteen minutes long. Its length is something of an embarrassment to me. And most of that length is me talking. Like the first ten minutes or so. A good deal of that verbosity was taken up by my explaining the history and construction of my “Firecaster” tele, then from the headstock down detailing the guitar’s specs. What makes that even more embarrassing is I explained all that in the written description to the YT video. So I’m contemplating redoing the video. I could make passing reference to the meaning and history of my “Firecaster,” as well as the specs being in the description, then get on with the playing/demo/review. At the very least, that approach would cut the video’s length in half. But… As I said, the video has been on my channel for three months now, and it’s been viewed 94 times. It’s also received 5 “Likes.” I have 29 subscribers. Those aren’t impressive numbers, I know. I established my YT channel in the first place at my wife’s insistence and with her help. (Techno-challenged person, here.) I do not expect to get a ton of subscribers or a gazillion “Likes” to my uploaded videos. I have the channel primarily for my own purposes, and secondarily for the few friends and family that care. So, I readily admit that in the grand scheme of things, this isn’t important. Not that many people will be affected by a change, if I even make one. My question, then, is “Shut up and play, or let it lay?” Your vote/input on this will be much appreciated.