We have a deluxe Buddipole for our deployable HF station at work but I started using Buddipole products when I had a truck camper and they just fit well. At the time I did not need to setup and teardown quickly but did need a good antenna system and they performed that task well. As I started down the Summits On The Air path I wanted something I could setup anywhere quickly and that is how I came up with what I use.
I do not use the Buddipole system all the time but sometimes, when space is limited it is easier than running a random wire, especially with many people about, (think Pikes Peak).
I do not do "how to" videos as they take a lot of time to put together correctly so I just used the video from our recent SOTA activation on an unnamed summit called 10,808 for its altitude near the historic town of Victor Colorado.
I have no connection with Buddipole other than giving them money in order to play with their antennas and parts.