I have to go with the opinion of the others. Just the very best footage out there! Plus, I really really love the cooperation with the DynamicDiscs guys. Definately keep it up and f*** those haters, they're just jealous because they couldn't even film the disc when it's flying!
Still, I'd like to use the opportunity to "critisize" your films, don't get me wrong - they are really awesome - but I think everyone wants to get better, so just a couple of thoughts of mine...:
- comments are always nice, to me it's just more "Interactive" that just having the picture - that's just my opinion though as there will be lots of people that will say "that commentator sounds stupid" or "leave the comments away" and so on...
- Multiple cameras are also waaaaay cooler than just one, it only makes sense at big events, but there, I would really use them
- When you use multiple cams though, try to really synchronize the cut between the two camera angles so that it's perfectly timed. There is just nothing worse that what this MartyMcGee (or however his youtube channel is called) guy does sometimes with cutting his film on some throws (his films are very high quality too, nobody get me wrong please, but those scenes are just horrible)
- camera angle is key, and the most common thing is players stepping into the cameras view after their throw. I have never filmed an event, so I don't know if you have some restrictions of where to film from, but I think filming from right behind the tee ist the worst angle because you have the biggest chance of guys stepping into your picture. When you're 10 m back from the tee it's not that big of a problem, but 3 m behind it is pretty bad for that...
- Don't rush through the throws but don't make viewers watch Feldy's putting routine 18 times a round. You're doing a great job with that (probably the best on the net), just keep that in mind.
But still, number one key is: keep those awesome videos coming!