Saw it recently.
It was kind of a cool yet surreal experience. Very rarely have I ever seen a video about Bionicle told from a mostly causal perspective. It's really bizarre getting to step out of the shoes of a member of the community and into a pair belonging to someone with mostly decent passing knowledge.
The most shocking thing for me to hear was "I've only recently found out that Bionicle fans are really crazy into the lore."
As an active member of the Bionicle community, this was a really stunning revelation to me about the perspective of people who really just bought Bionicle because it was a toy.
Here we are, discussing Bionicle every day on these message boards, and it's almost like a universal knowledge to us fans that the core of Bionicle is the story, that without the story Bionicle wouldn't be Bionicle. Really crazy for me to realize that there are indeed casual fans out there like Billiam.
His reaction to G2 was also fairly interesting, as his portrayal of how things went down painted the situation as an immediate hatred and dislike, which I feel was not the case. Sure, G2 support declined progressively, but upon release I'd say the majority of Bionicle fans were ecstatic.
It also surprised me that a majority of YouTubers covering Bionicle all seem to have a similar opinion on Mask of Light, that being that it's a surprisingly good movie, just not one they'd watch repeatedly, which makes me satisfied to hear, honestly.
All in all, it's a really entertaining and insightful video, especially for a Bionicle fan (the frustration over pronunciation is strong with this one)!
This makes me have hope this will continue to grow and maybe we can see more mainstream Bionicle exposure that will bring these casual fans out of the woodwork. My ultimate hope would be the release of a true Bionicle documentary film, but that's just wishful thinking...