I liked the video but I'm surprised Midway didn't also show how to install a carbine receiver extension which is much more popular today than the rifle RE. They didn't mention the A2 adapter in the long rifle stock either. Also I never, never, NEVER put Loctite on the threads of the RE. Grease on the hidden detents and springs probably is a good idea but I just lightly oil and figure it'll do. I don't lube the buffer and spring since oil gets in there anyway.
More close ups of how to do the FCG, especially the hammer/trigger springs would be good. And it was odd he made a point to say to insert the unnotched end of the trigger pin first then didn't say it was more important to do this for the hammer. (Why get caught on the J-spring twice!)
Lastly, it's obvious they like to sell tools! I get by with what's in the garage (well, I bought a $1 clevis pin to install the pivot pin detent - hey why didn't he mention the big plastic bag trick!). No doubt tools are good though and make sense if you're doing a lot of lowers.
Still, a very helpful video!
Edited due to the idiot iPad spell check. It needs a much larger database of properly spelled words. It doesn't like the words "detent", "clevis", "unnotched", etc. I hate Apple!
I try to only browse with the piece of crap and use a real machine to type since I can spell without any "help" from that retard. Wife likes the piece of crap and I use it just to see how a tablet works.
Anyway, just like building an AR, you can build a better PC if you do your research.