I guess the written description is anything but clear, but it sure is exciting!
The material on PoS 2 was planned in advance, but when it was clear that I could get Kainoa to do his stuff live if we shot at the convention, we went for it. Along the way, we thought it would be interesting to capture the "session" feel since it is an exciting atmosphere in which to learn. Also, there are many people who, for one reason or another, never get to experience these cliquish events. I thought they might enjoy being invited into a virtual one.
So the setting seems improvised, but things were pretty well premeditated. I do think Reed and Kainoa got caught up in the moment and tipped some stuff they didn't intend to. (Reed's real work on 4CoPro for instance, does not appear in the "Knucklebusters" description of 4CoPro. It only appears on--sorry--"Palms 3")
When "Palms 1" came out, I mentioned that we had shot the material for "Palms 2". We did. But in the time it took to produce the second tape, my editor switched from analog to digital, DVD's began to replace tapes, and I developed a lot better material than the pieces that we had shot.
So we started over, and what you'll get on "Palms 2 and 3" are routines that I'm doing now. By the time 3 is out, I'll have audience tested the things I'm just developing now, and so it goes.
Thanks for asking. Obviously, I could talk about this all day. But I'd rather let the material do the talking. I hope you like it.