Much more on responsive. Step by step, explaining the theory, what to do and not do, explaining the theory and reasoning behind each feature. There are so many relationships in the settings, its difficult to get the picture sometimes. I have a good 100 hours in working with responsive and still come up with problems every day that I thought I knew the answer to, but find I really don;t. I have resorted to a lot of ABA testing, trying to document the effects of every single change, and even then I get surprised several times a day because there are often several factors (settings) that seemingly operate against each other. Sometimes it feels like I am working against the Law of Unintended Consequences.
With all due respect to the absolutely superior developers of Hype, they are not teachers, in the same way that engineers usually are not good teachers because they see their creation from a different viewpoint than a student does and there is no way to avoid that unless you are that 1 in 100,000 who is both a teacher and an engineer.
It comes with the territory. Learning Hype and all it can do is like going from a 46 horsepower Piper Cub aircraft to an F16 fighter or a 747. When you get there, its worth it, but along the way, you think you are going to die once in a while.
Personally you couldn't get me to write a tutorial, I think my head would explode, so more power to you.