It is a very showy piece of dancing, not to everyone's taste, I am sure. I find it a wonderful milonga, and wish I had the creativity and control on display.
- As a show piece, I really like the lighting: in the background, you see their whole bodies; in the foreground, you see only knees down, making for an interesting contrast in focus. I don't know how much of that was intentional vs. a happy mistake of the available lighting, but I loved it.
- I am amazed at their creativity. Practically every 8 measures they change up what they are doing, displaying something new.
- The showy-ness does not hide underlying musicality and control. Clearly, these dancers know what they are doing (I have never met them personally, so I can't say directly). They are well connected with each other and the music.
- When the light shows their face -- they are smiling. They enjoy dancing with each other, they enjoy the response of the crowd, and they enjoy the music. And that makes for a good show.