I never got to really tell you, but I want to tell you. You are EPIC sir!
I appreciate you. Your excitement, your enthusiasm, your character. Your genuine love for all things pinball. You are awesome.
You were making youtube videos before people had internet in their homes. You didnt even know they would be youtube videos. You were filming videos back when many people didn't even know someone on their street with a camcorder. You were making how-to videos for pinball before I entered into Kindergarten. You single handily kept Sony making VHS tapes for years longer than they had planned. lol
You are a true ambassador for the entire hobby of pinball.
When someone googles some obscure title, they find you. When there is a machine that no-one has made a video about: you have made a video about it. You are the front lines. You are the first person many first time owners find, the curious public, the researching soon to be owner. You are their whimsical, passionate guide. And you have done a damn good job.
You are not out to do wrong by anyone. You are one of the most visible and valuable assets the hobby of pinball has. You are a cornerstone. You have done your part. You have led the way.
We could all stand to be a little bit like Todd Tuckey. A little more simple, a little more fun, and a lot more excited about pinball.
Thank you Todd for everything you have done and continue to do!