Hype Train All-Time High Record should be Score Based instead of Level Based
Now that Hype Train's are UnCapped and a history of the Highest attainted level for the chat is shown; that information has to scale based on the difficulty level of he channel.
For example, Level 16 on lowest difficulty = Level 5 on highest difficulty, but, If I were to say have AutoPilot on and did 5 Hype Trains, my difficulty level could very volitile going one time then down the next. But, the lowest difficulty "level" would be shown as the highest all-time record level even though more subs/bits/cheers could've been used on a higher difficulty level.
So, I would propose going off $ spent. $1 = 1 Hype Train Score Point
Then Lvl 16 on lowest difficulty would = 225 points = Level 5 on Highest Difficulty
Points are basically the number you show for the $Cheers amounts
In this transition, you should also make sure that
That each of the Hype Train levels match their counterparts
So Lowest difficulty Level 1 + 2 + 3 + 4......16 = Total dollars spent
Matches Highest Difficult Level 1 + 2.....5 = In total dollars spent
This only makes things fair. Or, get rid of difficulty levels all together since they are uncapped anyway and there are no real rewards for choosing a higher difficulty anyway.
Except we found out yesterday Hype Trains are not uncapped, level 55 is the maximum. PirateSoftware did it with 7200 subs and 1.8 million bits
I do agree though that the record should be set on the total value of the train not the level