Hi gang!Enough is enough, I really need your help with this one as I strongly get the feeling that I'm not making any progress here at all. That 'wonderful' feeling of taking one step forward, only to be pushed back 10 steps backwards.As you may, or may not, know I've been planning to start a redstone tutorial almost from the moment I became a part of the contribution team. I've done something like this before on "another place" which got a lot of positive feedback, so I hope it's something people can also enjoy over here as well. Another thing is that I truly think this could also benefit EMC; if my tutorial would be placed & used on the blog I'm somewhat convinced that it would attract attention.Problem: Where do I put all the required examples?You can't have a tutorial without examples, and having the examples accessible to players would also mean that it could be more fun to follow the tutorial. You're not studying redstone: you're playing with redstone stuff and hopefully you remember some things about what you did and saw.There are two possibilities here: My Utopia residence or a single player world. I already talked to staff about the possibility of using a single player world and it wouldn't be something they'd reject up front. Of course it would have to be checked before they can actually decide on this.Recently I decided to go for a single player world (also because I gain access to command blocks) but I get doubts every time I start working on my tutorial, right up to a point where I'm asking you guys.SO here are some pro's and cons which I thought about:Using my Utopia residencePro's:If I need help I can ask & simply hand out flags.It's on the Empire, so if new players discover my tutorial they might be tempted to join EMC and check it out.The area is fully protected, so I'm in full control and can make sure that it'll remain consistent with the tutorial.There are major differences between singleplay and server usage. Most people play on servers, so the examples would fully match their environment.Con's:Costs: I'll have to provide all the materials to build this myself (mostly redstone components obviously).Empire has some specific changes in comparison to vanilla (think hopper speed). Most won't affect this tutorial much right now, but there's always a change that some things could change in the future.In order to fully follow the tutorial you'd have to be a player on EMC. Not a huge con, but it could make the tutorial less accessible.More than one player: if you're following the tutorial together with someone else you might have to wait in line before you can use some things (though I sincerely doubt this would happen ).Limit building space (sorta ).I have some examples already set up and copy/pasting these on EMC is a bit of a hassle.Using a singleplayer world:Pro's:No material costs because I'll have creative mode available.Nearly unlimited space to build and set things up.If it gets spread then it is possible that people would learn about the Empire through this single player world (it would have plenty of EMC references).The only thing I have to worry about is changes between Minecraft versions, it'll be fully compatible with vanilla.I can easily copy/paste already build structures (using the new structure blocks in MC 1.10).Players can easily remove and change things to experiment themselves.Con's:My building / creativity limitations might be showing much more since I can't blame it on lack of materials or such Getting help would be a major hassle. I can't simply invite people over (sort off...).If Minecraft updates to a new version then there's always a chance that things stop working. Players might blame the map without bothering to look for a new version.Time spend on this project takes away my precious EMC time I get the feeling that I need much more than merely redstone examples, so also some good looking buildings and such.My question: what do you think would be best for an EMC redstone tutorial?And thanks very much in advance for your input!