Neat! As the record holder in several categories, you would think I would know the answer to what I'm about to ask. Is the house order always the same? Did you manipulate the house order? How do I not know this?
The next task is to time one delivery so you could do the whole week. It would be a gnarley category extension.
The old Kings Quest games might be a good template for configuration. The community decided to run at max cycles for enjoyability. Now those are some cool speedruns.
I think it would be best to not require a camera recording the input device until the game gets more popular. It may discourage new people from posting a run and joining the community. For example, if the SNES category required a camera on the controller, I probably wouldn't have submitted the run, or even attempted it. I don't have a camera, and I don't plan on getting one any time soon.
Our community is just too small to have these discussions. I say we let the cheating happen first, and implement rules as a result. The story of a well respected MM3 runner disgraced by a cheating scandal would bring attention to the game and help the community grow.
I would love to see a 100% run, or a no orb/doe run.
I was messing with a savestate at the Trashcan House and thought, what if there's a place other than the mailbox to get the delivery? A door that isn't there? THERE IS! Right next to the window on the side of the garage gets you the delivery. I don't know anything about it, and it's a very tight window (pun intended). If it could be made consistent, it would eliminate the need to slow down at that house.