I've been playing RPGs since 1978, but have mainly stuck to the D&D line. In all the games that I have played through the years though, I have become more and more aware of a feeling of constriction.
The first question I'm usually asked is, "What are you going to play?".
I know that there have to be "roles" in role-playing, but after so many years of playing, every fighter seems to become a variation on other fighters, mages of other mages, rogues rogues, clerics clerics, etc.
I am sure it exists, but what I realized a few years ago when I started playing THE ELDER SCROLLS V: SKYRIM is that I am looking for a classless RPG. What I love about SKYRIM is that what I do (and the skills I develop while doing it) determines my "class", but I am free to head off in any direction I want. I can follow the quests and become a standard hero, or I can completely ignore the game and head off on my own, which (especially with the help of mods) has lead to me playing non-game type character such as hunters, blacksmiths, merchants, etc.
An off shoot of this is as I have grown into these new characters and developed their mindsets organically, rather than working it all out in advance, I have found myself thinking and role-playing characters differently than any I have ever played before, seeking out different goals, treasuring different rewards/accomplishments, et al.
The whole set-up has been liberating and I would love to come across a pen and paper RPG that would give me the same experience.
Anyway, sorry for rambling on. I am truly enjoying your vids. Please keep them coming.