The video was a hack job on all accounts. It was interesting, I'll credit that, and as a builder of mobile WFO's, it was especially interesting seeing how the oven was built. But, the only thing they proved was the oven was very sturdy. As far as the cosmetic complaints, which looked like normal use or misuse by the owner to me, otherwise, it was a real nice WFO on a trailer! Why was it wet underneath? I wonder, maybe lack of use and leaving it out in the weather?
I'll guarantee you one thing about that oven, in the condition it was in before they started tearing it up, it would have been easy to sell it on the used market. So, there had to have been some motivation to not sell it for its used market value. What was the motivation...I'll stick my neck out and say it wasn't for altruistic reasons :]