Good response Will, I appreciate your words. This same thing happened last season in Nipigon Canada. The climber got pumped, pitched off the top of a pillar with no pro close to him because he was too pumped to put it in and landed in the hospital. I have no idea if he is walking today.
The ice climber I look up to has only fallen twice. One was on him, and he fell on a bolted mixed route. The other time the dagger broke and he went flying. And that is in like 20 years of Ice, good ice climbers just do not fall.
I fell once on a mixed route, hit the ground and fractured a vertebra in my back. I haven't fallen since, and hopefully never will again. My attitude has changed since then, and hopefully the video guy's attitude will as well.