Thanks for playing, and thanks for enjoying!!
For future reference, I much prefer watching players with a mic setup. That way, I get to hear their realtime reactions as they play, which is really hard to get any other way. When the "player" is silent, then I'm just sitting watching a game that I've played endlessly for the past few weeks :D
But I'm certainly not adverse to LetsPlays, and I love that they get games to the attention of more players, so thanks again for playing, and many more thanks for the video.
(And "DEV", btw :) )