Is RenderStepped:Wait() inferior to the RenderStepped event or does it really matter?
My guess is that if you’re using RenderStepped anyway, you should just use the event rather than RenderStepped:Wait(). However what if you’re using OOP and had a method inside an object, called every RenderStepped. Would you call the method every frame using RenderStepped (in a local script) or would you make a loop in that method that runs every RenderStepped:Wait(). With that in mind it also calls into question, the fact OOP doesn’t like waiting, so would you instead refer back to calling the method in the object every frame?
Putting a Wait method on a connection (RBXScriptSignal) like RenderStepped or Touched, it’ll make the thread yield until the event fires and returns its parameters /arguments. If you add a Wait method to a RenderStepped, it’ll make the script yield until the event is fired, so RenderStepped doesn’t always run at 60 Hz, – its frequency is dependent on your frame rate since it relies on the connection itself to fire, which has its frequency dependent on the machine’s frame rate