@incapaz Specific questions (and answers) are not constructive.
Q&A websites exist first and foremost for you to search up an answer to your question before asking it yourself.
With questions being too specific, the chances that other users will search for the exact same question and find an answer to their problem are very slim, which encourages them to post more specific questions, and so on and so forth.
In the end we end up with hundreds of questions like "what's wrong with my code?", "my flying script doesn't work help?", "how do I make a flying script?", "what is the most efficient way to do this?" that doesn't help anyone apart from the OP, where a single generic question about BodyMovers could have helped.
Don't get me wrong, providing extra details about your own personal setup is fine, but users should make an effort to keep the bulk of their question as generic as possible, so to help additional users and not only the OP.