Really enjoyed your comments and agree with your views of what I find to be a VERY refreshing video. I did want to make a small comment about a very minor point:
what a pleasure to watch Jamy do Al Baker's Animated Ring
It is a tremendous pleasure to see...and the core idea is Baker's...however, I feel that the contributions that Jamy has brought to this effect in structure, presentation, management, and blocking are VERY significant and that, in all fairness, it is a pleasure to watch Jamy do Jamy Ian Swiss' Animated Ring.
It is wonderful to see a contemporary master bringing to life a piece that is rooted in the work of an old -- and frequently under-appreciated -- master. We see, in Jamy's hands, that Al Baker's work is timeless. But I do want to acknowledge that Jamy has made he piece his own.
Jamy's version has been sitting in my notebook among the list of items to add to my repertoire for about two years, and I just haven't gotten around to it. When I do, what I will be doing is markedly distinct from what I would be doing had I only read Baker.
I hope that this doesn't seem too nit-picky and I was very happy to see this posted.