Can we get a more clear manual with video examples like phoenix fd has?

For instance, if you read bellow about bindings and you are new to it, everything is so confusing like this "the post-initialization multiplier to apply to binding rest lengths."

What does it even mean. Please make a manual with examples.

Or this. First of all what is Tear Distance Limits. Not even explained. "the maximum cumulative rest length of torn bindings that is allowed per step." What does it mean? For a new user it's hard to understand.

Tear Distance Limits

For instance, if you read bellow about bindings and you are new to it, everything is so confusing like this "the post-initialization multiplier to apply to binding rest lengths."

What does it even mean. Please make a manual with examples.

- ID: the ID value to assign to bindings.

- Damping: the amount of post-solve damping to apply to cloth bindings.

- Length bias: the post-initialization multiplier to apply to binding rest lengths.

- Length bias texmap: the texmap whose intensity values will be used as a multiplier for the length bias value.

Or this. First of all what is Tear Distance Limits. Not even explained. "the maximum cumulative rest length of torn bindings that is allowed per step." What does it mean? For a new user it's hard to understand.

Tear Distance Limits

- Max dist/step: the maximum cumulative rest length of torn bindings that is allowed per step.

- Variation %: the per-particle percentage of variation to apply.