I'll stream if they fix the leaderboards with the post-patch scores playing the original. For now, I'm only playing co-op. I don't know if anyone will want to watch that.
I do have about 200 replays from the original I can upload, but it doesn't include my run with 10B on Sunday, because it was incomplete and I didn't know Housemarque would delete the game. I had intentions to make a replay of a perfect human value run (saving all 10 humans at the end of each level) with Nemesis on each Single Level in Master and for Arcade in Master and Hero, but, once again, I didn't know I was pressed for time through Housemarque deleting the game.
Though, I have enough to show you how to stack humans on each level in Master (10 Acis, 10 Ceres, 10 Decima, 6-4 and 7-3 on Febris, and 5-5 on Mefitis) and anywhere from 10 at a time to 2 at a time on Hero. Each replay less than 10 minutes each, along with my single level Master runs my first week of playing Resogun, before I knew about several "tricks" (like bombs refreshing the multiplier, carrying two humans at a time through the shield glitch, and human value carrying over through each level in Arcade) where I achieved #1 Nemesis on every level and never dropped that rank. I can upload them to Twitch sometime once Resogun gets all sorted out and stabilized once again.
The system is probably a lot easier than you think; it's just difficult to master and there are a lot of discrepancies and a few game glitches you had to consider, especially on Febris and Mefitis when playing Nemesis on Master and Hero, things that still exist in this "new" Resogun.
Ultimately, either you have the talent or you don't. You can become a better player, but when starting from the bottom of the top 100 and moving up, you have a difference in human perception. The higher up the rank, the more equipped a player is, genetically, in terms of natural reflex and "on the fly" multitask ability, along with being able to notice differences in milliseconds.
Some people can't notice the difference between 60hz and 100hz. Some people can notice that difference, but not the difference between 100hz and 120hz. Some people can notice the difference btween 120hz and 150hz... these are the kinds of people you have in the top 10. If you are one of these people, you are destined to be in the top 10.
Test yourself and practice at your limits until you reach your limit. Then defy your nature and breach your limits. Just be persistent if you really want to improve at anything, in Resogun and life.