Not that impressed. He's sailing a J Boat.
Awesome share. I've had my fights with the furler putting so much load on it with a partially furled genoa on 30+conditions. I'll suggest that genoa shouldn't be more than 25% out. Furling rope can overtighten and pinch itself inside the drum, and THAT is a potential big problem in those conditions. That's where a continuous-line furler would be great to have. Also, make sure you have adequate hardware for furling line. Not all furling lines are rigged to work under sail load.
Man, I could play that video again and again. Haven't been out since july!!