It's currently stored at: http://home.earthlink.net/~esak/uk-vf4-firstclip.avi I would like to discuss permanent storage for other clips to come. People like Creed, FeixaQ, Cause message me if you would like to help. P.S. About our eternal Promethean curse: Tekken VS VF. If I have to add two cents, a few oldies may remember Joji Suzuki way back in the stone age gave a rare insight into this matter--insight from someone who played both VF2 and Tekken2 in hardcore manner. This was a lone voice in a sea of wannabes and pretenders. According to him "innovations" in Tekken were very subtle ones. To me, one immediate and serious Tekken impact on VF3 was whiffed throw. The clueless may not know the significance of this whiffed throw animation but it just turned "high-level" VF play upside down when it was introduced to VF3. But in addition Joji talked about subtle changes made to the oki-zeme mechanism. In VF2 rising attacks were near useless against determined and skill-horned attacker. But the elements in Tekken2 were incorporated into VF3 to change this. Admittedly, I was not deep enough in Tekken to know exactly what he was talking about, but I am willing to take his word. His original post maybe buried somewhere in Rich's archive. But beside, who gives the flying damn about who came up with what first. We the Koreans invented printing press before Gutenberg but who gives a damn. VCR was an american invention but when was the last time you used made in USA VCR? The Chinese invented gunpowder but that didn't help them when the Europeans came to them with superior cannons and guns did it? If you start bringing up 2D fighters. there practically is nothing "innovated" by VF series either. P.P.S. WTF is Boston getting VF4?