I have The Screen Writers Bible and have followed certain guidelines it has recommended in the past. Caps when introducing characters seems to always be brought up specifically because I do not do so. Well the reason I do not tend to follow every rule in the beginners hand book is because I like to write my scripts as if it were the final shooting draft. I put age in parenthesis, I don’t cap my characters, I use words that might be perceived as camera or directors pov. Why you ask? Because 99% of the scripts I read are shooting scripts of movies I love. I’ve taken a little away from each screenwriters techniques and tried to incorporate it into my work. THERE ISN’T A RIGHT WAY and A WRONG WAY TO WRITE! Every (artist) screenwriter paints the picture through his or her vision a bit different than the next. And I believe there is always room for improvement but more space to learn new techniques and writing styles from our fellow story tellers! Why else would we take the time and effort to read each others creations? My dream is for my words to come to life on the screen someday but I write my screenplays in a format that is visually satisfying enough to pop off the page and hit you in the mouth. Call it defiant or rebellious but until I get paid for my imaginations they will read the way I dream them up!