Another thing I have seen on someone's videos (maybe Buddie's) was colored tape on some portion of the lane (I think it was on the ball return cover) that showed the different sections of the breakpoint. If you could get a good shot of the breakpoint, with distances of, say, 37, 40, 43, 46, and 49 feet marked, it would really help see the difference in ball length and breakpoint shape. Especially if, when comparing 2 balls, you get lined up with each, and then throw each ball on each line. So Cell Pearl on its strike line, and original on its strike line. Then, the original on its strike line, followed by the Cell Pearl on that line. With the marked distances, it would be easier for a bowler to recognize the differences.
If you have the ability at the lanes, seeing the balls on different shots (sport?) in addition to the house shot would also be good - some balls, like light or heavy oil balls, just don't show their full capabilities on a THS. I do like what you have done showing different releases - as someone who likes to use releases as an adjustment, it's nice to see how a ball takes to changes in axis rotation, etc.
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