Another tip for getting better faked slow motion: shoot with your shutter speed twice the **target** frame rate, **not** twice the actual frame rate. This will cause the motion blur to look correct when played back at the desired speed. It is also easier for the software to determine what to interpolate.
Certainly, there are times when it is appropriate to bend the rules, and even those rare opportunities to completely shatter them, but by in large, they exist for a reason. Moreover, the best creative solutions usually come from working within known boundaries rather than wasting much of your precious energy redefining the box.
I would also argue that each of your examples of writing something that can't be seen or heard are actually examples of writing things that *can* be seen and heard...just not as concretely as some other examples. They all serve as valuable "color" for informing performance or an aspect of production.
In other news, Western Union is going to start delivering letters for slightly more than the Post Office. Why in the world would someone want to buy this over the countless better options that already exist, many of which cost less?
In addition to the other responses, JuicedLink products feature noticeably better (quieter) pre-amps.
Even if the CRI isn't as high as claimed, and they can't be used as a key, there are like a million uses for these suckers. The inflated price of the Icelight (and the Flex lites) has always kept me away from Wescott,
Because he can be a great actor, but instead we get the same damn "mug for the camera while yelling" version of Sam Jackson in an avalanche of mediocre movies.