This is hands-down one of the most ambitious, ground breaking solo projects I've seen, and there's more on the way.
On one level, Pat takes us on a tour of his diverse and unorthodox riding; tackling tons original and weird trick ideas and styles; riding not only the flat ground, but street architecture. I hate to compare his riding to others, but there is a natural parallel here with Tim Knoll's mashup of techniques and use of everything available. His riding is definitely outside the box and well worth a watch!
On another level, Pat draws our attention to how trends in architecture and the changing economic and political states influence overall styles of riding. I highly recommend watching this all the way through and hearing his commentary at the end. Make time for this one. He has a lot of interesting things to say, in addition to his unique riding.