Infraction: 6. Do not post unless you have something new and worthwhile to say.
Message to User:
If you're not sure whether it's appropriate to post something, you should at least read the forum rules which are stickied on every subforum. Usually people are polite enough to lurk a bit, read enough to understand the culture here, before offering some thoughts which may be valuable to the discussion. I'm sure you could become a valuable member of this community: you are an accomplished mage (Kiljeaden kill date), you sound intelligent enough when you speak. But I think you've just come here to post that video to promote yourself.
About the video. I'm sure you meant well, and that video must have been a lot of work, but at 0:50 you suggest that this video is not for people who "use multiple spreadsheets". For years here at EJ we've been trying to promote Rawr.mage as a simple way for people to pick their gear. Generalised stat priorities are quickly out of date and can be misleading even when current. You go on to discuss 5 trinkets for 3 mins. You include a gratuitous screenshot of you winning on the meters, that doesn't actually explain to other people how to play. Then you cover basic mage spells for another 3 mins. I stopped watching then. For those reasons I'm going to have to move your post, I'm sorry.
Also: post on your main, fix your profile.
I'm not sure if it's permitted to post things like this here. Many people come to this site looking for a few quick answers in addition to general in depth discussion on topics; I made something suited to the former and I'd like to share if from it someone might be helped.
Arcane Mage Guide - 101 to PHD - YouTube