I have a set of stylistic questions, I guess, as I'm a complete n00b at any sort of keyholding. I have a theoretical idea of how this works in person, and even how it can work long distance for people who already know each other in person. I am unsure, however, of how to be a keyholder for some random person with whom I have no emotional investment, whom I've never met before and will likely not be meeting. What, exactly, would I be doing? Just setting up a session with some parameters, advertising the session for folks to vote on ... and that's it? Would I be actively voting on the session with everyone else, or would I just get one vote? Would I be requesting pictures or video of plastic locks with code numbers on them that are in use? Would I be expected to tease and deny this person? I'm assuming that's negotiable, but as I know nothing about that person then I wouldn't have an idea of how to approach it except to come up with a default cookie-cutter style for strangers and they either are into it or too bad. Is that how it's done? I'm unsure of how to do this as the supposed "top". I guess I could just stumble in and pretend I know what I'm doing, but I'm not terribly comfortable with that even with folks I know, let alone with complete strangers. Are there help files or discussion groups for virtual keyholders that go beyond just setting up the software? It's possible that virtual keyholding - outside of a pause in an otherwise in-person relationship - may not be for me. However, I'm open to finding out.