Agree, Phin. Only after you scrutinize your work for errors should you turn it over for beta testing. This track doesn't have a high model content, thus the flaws I posted in the The Beta Room
could have easily been picked up by a "post production" run-through (so to speak).
If anyone makes a post in the Beta Room asking for testers to provide feedback on their work, they'll get more input than they possibly need...and that's ok. The purpose is to offer you input and suggestions so that you can make improvements to <u>your</u> work. Furthermore, you probably learn something in the process. By all means keep making tracks, however, consider tempering your desire with a little patience in the form correcting the most obvious flaws, then seeking input from others. It'll pay dividends in the end, I assure you.