If you were at this year's Adelaide Mini, you may recall a spot where we watched snippets of each other's shows and then had a chance to ask the decorator questions about their display. I thought this was rather interesting. I've been thinking whether something like this could work during the lighting season as a series of live videos via the AusChristmasLighting Facebook page (and would it be worth the effort). Whether this turns into anything more than an idea, I can't say. Nevertheless, I thought I'd put this out there for comment . From a display owner perspective... what do you think of potentially answering a few questions outside your show with rudimentary phone vision of your lights streamed through Facebook? AusChristmasLighting's FB page is only at 268 likes right now. but with any form of publicity there is the potential it could increase the road traffic you get. From a spectator point of view... would being able to see a short video feed of another member's lights and possibly hear them briefly speak about their show and/or answer some questions be interesting to you? And what sorts of questions would you ask a fellow Christmas lighting enthusiast? I'm talking questions that could be answered by multiple decorators. E.g.: How many years have you done lights? Why do you do it? Can you describe your display? What is your show's most unique/interesting feature/element? ... etc etc ... If this idea did take off, perhaps each stream would only be a few minutes long... just enough time to see a glimpse of the display (and possibly have the display owner speak or answer a few questions). As for what displays might be included? Probably only a small handful, limited to the Salisbury LGA, north of Adelaide CBD SA and Western Sydney area, south of Penrith NSW. This is a small part of Australia, so perhaps display owners may even like to do their own Facebook live video showing their Christmas lights and then share that with our AusChristmasLighting Facebook page (don't forget to say in your video who you are on AusChristmasLighting! ).