First, thanks for the video - good info.
My problem with most YouTube videos are they are shot by the same person who's narrating, at the same time. So, there are a lot of swoops, over or underexposed portions, out of focus shots, bad audio, etc. I think folks would be better off using a second person to run the camera, and then take a tip from the pros and work up an outline of what they want to do prior to hitting the "ON" button. Just my .02.