People voting so quickly is dangerous and likely to lose the game for us.
We need to talk it through. If Rc8, does h5 by white not look dangerous?
With Rc8 we get a hold on the c file and this pressure is directed towards a potentially weak c2 pawn. Though for now this is well protected. Rc8 h5 and then white can open up the h file which though I can see no immediate danger, it is a weakness. So we have to decide, are there other moves which are worth the danger of an h-file attack and all the pressure that may follow it?
I am swaying towards h5, where we threaten the g pawn and therefore pretty much forced is gxh5 Nxh5.
White then has many options. Either rook to g1 look attractive, though really i have no idea what we would expect.
I see the g6 pawn as weak following h5, as a gxh5 Nxh5 and then the knight is the only thing blocking an h-pawn advance which i feel is white's main threat - even if it is not immediate i feel this is white's aim.
Notable white weaknesses here would be;
Open b file onto the king
Knight pin onto the queen with g7 bishop
And if the d-rook moves it may be worth noting the backward f3 pawn as playing f4? would los eout to Nxf4! Bxf4 Qb6+ and the knight falls. In fact.. an f-pawn advance now would lose to Ng3. Just thinking out loud here, but it is worth having these sorts of thing in mind when making a plan.
I'm not sold on the credibility of the exchange sac earlier, but it is certainly fun.