You are looking at this from the wrong perspective when it comes to sales. Guys watching videos of bowling balls that go big 4 and then 2-8-10 are more than likely going to steer the average bowler away from purchasing that ball. People want to strike and strike as much as they can. So, visually, if they see a ball striking alot on a video, it makes that impression and people are going to want it. I agree that we need to find people of various styles in the videos, which is why I like the Hammer videos. You get a woman stroker, a tweener, couple crankers, and a lefty; not to mention they compare against another ball in a similar price point.