I am wondering if such plot elements require a lot of detail. When researching hacking for example, I got a large written explanation as to how it's done, but do I have to boggle the reader with that, or could I just write "He hacked into the man's banking records", and that's good enough? When it comes to what evidence is found at a crime scene, a man presents another man with a lab report and explain what was found, but I do not show the actual lab process. I was told by another reader that I should 'show and not tell more', but I was wondering if their comes a point where that goes to far, and I should not get too distracted with specifics, and keep concentrating on the meat of the story instead? What do you think? Can showing instead of telling go to far, to the point where it might be spoonfeeding the reader?