We all know that Tetris Concept has basically become the home to NES Tetris high scores and with the once again fail of Twin Galaxies (not that many people were still worried about Twin Galaxies), it seems that this will continue to be THE place to track NES Tetris high scores. With that, a few of us have been talking about having video for verification for quite some time, mostly at the Portland get together. I understand the view of the site has always been that it's just a fun place for Tetris people to get together and share info and scores, but as they say, "some people are born great, some people achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them". As Ben said, as Tetris continues to grow, it's going to be important to have a standard of scoring set into place for the new people that are constantly coming in. The current community standard seems to have gotten a bit lax... in public, with people continuing to call for the need of video behind the curtains. The point I've always brought up, was that if the three best people to ever play the game (Thor, Supa, and Jonas) were held to this gold mark of video standard, why are others not held to the same? Not to mention, every other gaming community pretty much demands the same of their records/achievements. Also, as Ben brought up, there could just be a good benchmark set, such as 900k, where video would be required (which would be my vote). I thought a poll would be in order to see what others think, this is solely about NES Tetris and maybe NES Tetris 2. I'd like to hear some responses as to why you voted the way you did, especially if you vote no.