Actually, I'd rather prefer to see unboxing videos done more in the style of fluid stop motion, without hands etc shown, where they stumble to get things undone. It makes things clean, allows you to open things beforehand in sequence, allows time to show the components and position them so that they look good all the time using appropriate lighting.
I think the issue is about content not style.
I'm possibly (very likely) not explaining it clearly enough, as the post was about how to make a better unboxing video, I'm thinking about how to make it better ie, more engaging, interesting and different from all the others. I'm awaiting a package from China and depending on how it looks, I might try and produce an example of what I mean.
As you read in the first post this tips to make them like I do, since I often get questions about that.
What other's like will of course varie.
My apologies. I hadn't seen those questions on the forum, so though this was open to general tossing around of ideas, concepts etc. I shall retreat to my hollow and close the hatch behind me.