Hey, thanks for the feedback!
Narration does not to me easily happen, especially when I've got all of these "dots" and haven't quite figured out how they are (or should be) connected.
Big surprise to me: actually doing a dry and silent early run-through video actually got the wheels of this old sponge spinning pretty quickly: dots became clearer, connections materialised. Huh. Who woulda thunk it?
I quickly "feel" (yeah, I suffer from sensory overload) the weight of TiddlyWiki size-creep, as every committed/unchanged byte gets saved and resaved, loaded and reloaded, over and over and over again Hence my natural inclination to build this thing as a stand-alone tool for building things meant to be then deployed wherever needed (kind of like modular homes, built in a warehouse somewhere, and then deployed to the final location when done.)
But I will set up an easy option for anybody to drag and drop "all of the functionality" into any TiddlyWiki instance.