Before proceeding with the purchase of this video, which was produced approximately twenty years ago, I took the initiative to engage in an email correspondence with David in order to seek clarification on a specific inquiry I had regarding the pads related to the song structure. The unit in question solely exhibits pads for the Intro, Verse, 1 Fill 1, and Verse 2. However, it does not encompass pads for the chorus, which I found to be perplexing. David promptly responded to my inquiry and provided a brief explanation in his written message, and now I can see from the video that he effectively addressed this matter with great detail. Without digressing too much from the review on the video, I still think it would have been easier to have a chorus button and a bridge too, but thankfully David provides excellent detailed clarification on what constitutes 'forms' as what they are referred to can be a chorus or bridge to my understanding. The video demonstration showcases the machine's usefulness for songwriters who need a quick evaluation of their compositions and a grasp of their overall coherence before embarking on an extensive production process with their preferred Digital Audio Workstation (DAW). I am aware of the availability of Band in a Box 2023 with up-to-date sounds; however, I am primarily interested in acquiring a standalone unit that enables me to effectively compose a song structure while utilising headphones. I would like that Boss consider developing an upgraded version of this unit, featuring a larger, backlit screen and improved sound capabilities. I know I have kind of deviated from the main topic, but I do see it important to highlight that an instructional video tutorial of high quality has the potential to demonstrate the impressive capabilities of this machine, which has been in existence for around twenty years, and make someone go out there and buy one even today (second hand in my case due to it being 2 decades old). Thanks, David, for a great tutorial video!