@ceej I agree with Jon here, actually. A lot of people have been posting videos and screencasts recently to report errors and it is quite annoying. I think that explaining what is going wrong and providing him with a way to reproduce it is much more effective than sending some cryptic video. If you aren't able to put your problem into words and provide a way to reproduce it, how can you expect Jon to be able to fix it? Videos only make sense when you need to show an issue related to animation in Sublime, for example the sliding in of files in the sidebar. There aren't many aspects of sublime that would require a video to explain. That said, videos can be very useful to show off the features of Sublime to a new user.
Even though you "don't have to take the time out of [your] day to report things", you are using a beta version of the software and you are part of the Sublime community. Most applications have strict rules regarding how to report bugs, but Jon is pretty flexible. Maybe try to meet him half way. Having to decipher some random screencast only wastes valuable time that could be put to better use making Sublime even better