I recall having an enlightening conversation with you at Middletown Railroad Day 2012.
All the posts that I have made at Railroad.net are somehow related to the virtual Tristate route, which I unveiled at Middletown Railroad Day. Since 2012, the track layout on the route has grown considerably, having extended the Erie from Mill Rift, PA to Jersey City and the DL&W from Scranton, PA to Port Morris, NJ. Preparations are underway to extend the DL&W from Port Morris to Hoboken Terminal. Plus, most of the trackage that existed on the L&HR, L&NE, and the original NYS&W are in place on the route.
In answer to your question, although I currently lack the skills to create polished videos, I invite other people, with more experience creating videos, to produce videos about the Tristate route. An example of a video that a gentleman by the name of David Richtmyer produced showcasing an earlier version of Tristate is at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fzE2EmkQEgU
" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;. David filmed the video in the Open Rails Train Simulator, which gives users the opportunity to run content originally designed for MSTS with the added benefit of more realistic train physics and the graphic features.
If you would like to discuss the Tristate route further, you are welcome to contact me by sending a private message to me.