Interesting take on "strategy." Seems like you jump around a bit from topic to topic during the video with no defining points or complete messages to bring home. I think your videos would benefit a lot from something like a bulleted outline of the lesson with the main points highlighted.
I teach what we call "river running strategy" during Swiftwater Rescue courses and it basically covers -
1. Ways to communicate - verbal vs. non verbal
2. How to eddy hop, both with a leader and sweep, and leapfrogging
3. How and when to shore scout vs. boat scout
This seems like a lot of what you were trying to get after but I found some pieces noticeably missing. Maybe I'm asking too much and these videos are intended just to give a few pointers and talking points, and not a complete lesson but it seems dangerous to say that boat scouting and eddy hopping is your favorite way to scout and run the river, and then to only qualify it with "but when in doubt, scout." It seems like a much more valuable lesson would be to go over when you can and can't boat scout. Cool idea for the videos but I think the lessons need some refinement. Just one example. You asked us to share so I shared