This is going off topic.
It is derived of but not really related to the initial question.
If this continues it should probably move to another thread?
Based on what are you insisting on: It just does not happen?
What exactly does just not happen?
Recordings are not necessary, they don't change any QM results.
A quantum system evolves as the experiment is subjected to changes (e.g. polarizers, etc.)...
Right there seems to be the foundation of "your problem" as I perceive it ...
QM is calculated by following rules - observed rules, derived rules.
Results are calculated and they are in accordance with the observed rules - and they allow to predict results of observations not yet made/still to make.
That is a sign for a good theory.
Results are what they are, the problem can be with interpreting the results.
Every bit of those (derived) rules and subsequent observations is - as I see it - in complete accordance with MBT!
They only seem counterintuitive when one insists to try to interpret them based on an unjustified assumption.
I can see no problems integrating the results of those observations when assuming a VR.
But when - for whatever reason - our here perceived physical reality (PMR) is taken as fundamental, some of those observations will not be fitting in.
There is a quote from R. Feynman - I saw an early lecture labelled:
"Quantum Mechanics Part 1 Photons - Corpuscles of light"
... around 23 - 25 minutes ...
of course the whole thing is interesting!
- where he made the following remark on understanding
(as I understood it, it is an old recording and the quality of sound is not too good):
" ... we looked at it, carefully
... looked at it ... see? ...
Thats the way it looks!
If you don't like it ... go somwhere else!
What was wrong with the "reasons" and explanation given by Chris Drost can be found in that thread.
Is it neccesary to sift through his wrong turns again?
One can surely always find citations of someone agreeing or not agreeing.
That does not tell you anything but their opinion and sheds light on the level of understanding they have.
Some of it is useful, some is not.
You - and I - have to decide yourself, possibly by making an informed and unbiased decision while still leaving it open to improvement and even change.