I find it very meditative, and very inspirational.
If you like that its also worth checking out Kobeomsuk. Similar levels of craftsmanship, he's Korean so the design language and techniques are a little different but the same no nonsense presentation letting his skill do all the talking. Also I would kill to have a workshop like his with that view!
I may have been a wee bit OTT in my criticisms of river tables. They don't look too bad but I have reservations, if the timber is not completely encased in the resin it will still want to move which will inevitably lead to it trying to pull away from the resin (I have no idea how strong the bond is but I am sure it will eventually fail). My main problem is with the guys on YouTube who buy a slab of wood level it, pour epoxy on it then get a fabricator to make some steel legs for it and sell it for stupid money while shouting about how good a craftperson they are.
Oh and stuff like this can fuck right off: