Well, I feel like everything I would have wanted to say about other concepts has been said already. I was considering giving up on mine because of the lack of commentary on it, and also because there's a decent amount of competition anyway, but now I'm thinking, maybe I just need to trim off some things that are unfeasible and focus on the concrete. It puzzled me that a concept that I meant explicitly to be possibly concrete and simple, while being thought-provoking and different from the wave of weather concepts, has been criticized as being the opposite: too complex, too vague, and not standing out. I suppose there is, in fact, a lack of focus in my concept submission currently. The concept was, I suppose, from a simpler time, and spent way too much time in my head while I chose to submit Risky Business first. Sometimes I think I should have submitted this concept first and Risky Business for jas... I originally put so many options on the table because I don't like needlessly restricting ourselves right off the bat. I think that the whole point of Concept Assessment stage is to set a better focus for the chosen concept. However, I understand that reality is different. It's hard to take in an abstract idea all at once and mold it into a coherent direction within a single thread. I also have to deal with the reality of the process. It would be difficult to consider what defining thing we're going to give to CAP 5 in the typing stage, unless we decided to focus on a move (and I'm not sure that would fly very well in a post-Quiver Dance Aurumoth era). I have changed my concept in light of these issues. I have also removed some questions because I felt that some of them were redundant.