Mook! What's a Mook?
I think I'll pique your interest with a little preview, starting with ball 283:
" ... then the 9 ball in the side with just a little roll forward so with the 13 in the corner he moves the 7 off the 4 and into break position, and then the 11, 2, and 6 along the bottom rail ending on the right side rail to play the 10 up to the head pocket clearing access to the 15 on that same side rail. With all the problems solved, he plays almost a series of stop shots finally floating off the 4 to end with about a 45-degree cut on the 7. There is a brief intermission while the cloth on the rails is changed and a new set of balls is put into service.
The 7 disappears into the corner pocket and the rack splits open like a ripe melon. He begins with the 3 ball into the corner on a stop shot, followed by ...."
If that doesn't pump up sales, I don't know what can.
Bob, seriously...any true straight pool player watching that on video would not need the narrative to understand what was transpiring. Five straight hours may be a much for many to endure.
What if there is actually a non disclosure form prohibiting you from discussing the video and/or the presentation? Will you still attend?