A quick observation, or better a question. There are those out there, never mind who exactly, that believe somehow that the argument, "You don't need to be a genius to play D&D," has merit. I presume the people making the argument recognize they are not geniuses ... or perhaps they are simply standing up for people they consider to be stupider than they are. Either way ... in case the gentle reader doesn't know ... the argument is advanced to explain to people like myself, redesigning D&D, that we should stop viewing the game as something complicated. By 'complicated,' I'm guessing they mean doing work that is far too much trouble to duplicate.
For the record, I agree. You don't have to be a genius to play D&D. You don't have to be a genius to do a lot of things.
If, however, by chance, you happen to BE a genius ... or, perhaps, you happen to be intensively motivated ... then how does the ignorance-slash-incomprehensibility of other persons have any relevance whatsoever regarding what happens to be presented on blogs for the pleasure of the presenters?