There's over an hour of video there. Do you want people to watch all six videos before engaging with your summaries?
I don't "want" people to do anything. I went through the material this morning, partly because it interested me, and I did the work of summarizing what I got out of them. That might be helpful to someone, or not. The work and the time watching were mine.
If you want to engage in my summaries, you don't have to watch the videos. But if one of the subtopics interests you, and you want to check what the man says since what I say may not be accurate, it's there. If anything, I might have spared you (anyone) "watching time".
What motivated me originally is that we had a single video which was supposed to represent how this teacher saw practising, and when I see there are six, I wonder whether that one video actually gave a good picture how his vision of practising. My summary comes closer to it, and the single video actually sort of distorts it - if one is trying to understand his vision, that may be important.
For example, in the "slow practice" video, the one initially introduced here, he shows a "right" and a "wrong". In the "right", the imaginary student opens up a score on the very first day, flips on the metronome at a slow tempo, and starts playing the notes in a section, note for note, "metronomically". I was going "Whoah nelly! There's no way I would ever start on a piece that way!" and was shocked. But when you see all six, it becomes clear that that is not the very first thing he would have his students do. The practisting itself would also not be such a literal start to end rendition.
My primary concern first was that somebody might take video 2 as a model, literally, because it looks like a model. The presentation itself may be at fault: I don't know if these things can be presented and introduced in a way that will be understood as intended. It ends up being complicated. But at least I wanted to see if I could get at the gist, because this apparent model in video 2 just felt wrong.
I hope this clears up any misunderstandings.