Just finished watching a video of my DD's game (05) from last weekend and all I can say is WOW. It is so enlightening to watch film and see how much development is still needed! I think if every team had at least one game videotaped perhaps we could get more players (and parents) to really focus on skill over brute force. The lack of ball skills (first touch, accurate passing) was astounding to watch. We had a professional videographer film the game (and I think having the professional videographer 2o feet off the ground giving the bird's eye view really helps). I wish we would have had him film a game at the beginning of the year (spring friendly/scrimmage), a game at a summer tournament and a game in the fall season so the players/team could see their development (or lack thereof) from beginning to end of season. I'd rather have my DD's team do one less tourney and put that money towards having a few games professionally filmed. I think it would be money well spent and do much more for their development than yet another summer tournament.