Only me that liked it then.
Feel free to move to non-quality.
Hah, it's fine. I'm sure some of the climbing is quality. Just out of interest, I gave it another chance and skipped through to the last problem you lot are talking about.... The first thing I saw when I hit play was a dramatic slo-mo close up of the person brushing then blowing on a hold, and that was enough.
To extrapolate further from what Doylo mentioned, I like watching cool movement on bouldering videos (i.e. usually the bulk of the problem and the harder climbing - slow top-outs or extended shake-outs etc are quite different). I especially like well-framed, good-angled, high quality, cleanly presented footage of cool movement. A fair amount of boulderers / video editors choose to do stuff that gets in the way of that footage and obscures the cool movement (those jittery cuts are especially bad, as is constant changing angles, slo-mo can be fine if it's edited in well), and I just don't like that - and my viewpoint, although increasingly cantankerous, is based on a positive desire to just see the climbing.