Unlike the British Digitrax videos mentioned elsewhere this is a complete turn off for me!
Bad choice of loud music, just a series of stills with little actual video, no presenter present to guide you, dark images that are not clear, no commentary, too much too fast thrown at you. Its hard to both take in the text and understand what you are looking at given the pace of the video. Would those contemplating video presentation watch this as an example of how not to do it for the British audience. The Americans clearly love it done this wham bang way however it may not be appropriate for an audience outside the USA.
A simple commentary. less speed and cutting between scenes, and a brighter image showing more detail is all it needs.
I have been watching some of the other "non professional" Digitrax YouTube videos and I'm beginning to feel seasick with all the motion! A bit like the feeling experienced when travelling on the Advanced Passenger Train. If you cannot plonk your video camera on a tripod and keep it still then I would request that you include a warning at the start atating that the video that you are about to watch will cause nausia!