OK, I had the Everyday Astronaut youtube live video playing in the background, volume low, while I did other stuff. Tim got excited about a LOT of venting going on, then suddenly flames and it disappeared, and noise, but no "Boom". A continuous roar. But the flames seemed to disappear as the roar continued, either flames obscured by smoke or more likely the camera's autoexposure changed and darkened everything for awhile. Then it looked bright again as roaring continued and then no more flame and finally no roar. And when the smoke cleared...... it was sitting about 30 to 50 feet to the left of where it was. So, it HOPPED. Just it was a "stealth hop in plain view", with all the smoke/steam/whatever obscuring what was going on. Tim made many references to SpaceX Drones taking off and landing, presumably to get video of the Hop and so when they were up, likely there could be a launch, and when they landed (batteries low or launch delayed), that indicated no launch imminent. So, maybe SpaceX has some airborne video that will show the hop decently, that they'll release soon. I do not think any ground camera likely got anything good no matter what direction it was pointed from. Unless Tim Dodd's camera was zoomed in so close that it somehow missed seeing it fly higher up (our of his camera view), but in that case I'd have expected more flame brightness if it made it "above" the ground level smoke/steam (its highest point was perhaps when Tim's camera had that near blackout in the middle of the flight). They said the hop would be about 20 meters, about 65 feet, probably NOT above the smoke/steam along the ground. Hop was around 10:45 PM or so, Central time. Don't know how to time index that to Tim's still-live video. Well, about 5 hours after the start of the video. Update - livestream ended. Go to 4:40 into the video, or a bit before 4:40, when Tim thought the extreme venting was de-tanking and then, ignition. Apparently, was over-flowing ready for launch much as F-9 vents a LOT shortly before launch. UPDATE - started a grass fire. Probably no danger to anything. But the hopper may not be "safed" for some time, so fire crews can't go put out the grass fire till it's safe for humans to go out there.