@ rhasanders Well, I just started a channel that is nothing but numerous playlists for a composer who has thousands of videos on youtube, uploaded by numerous people, so the structure of my channel is extremely important to collecting and presenting this content. When they take over the structure of my channel, and remove its organization, it completely destroys my whole concept. A blog will probably be necessary to preserve this structure, because I think they no longer want people to have the freedom to share highly structured information on their channels. Youtube is becoming nothing more than a video storage site, and not a user experience which lives up to their "broadcast yourself" ideal. So they are contradicting their own ideal. Why this always happens with internet technology is a wonder.