Excellent video, as are all of Bruce Scotts , Sunrise Production videos.
I try to be a "student of the game" and have almost all Trap video's made, as well as Sporting Clays, and Skeet. My favorites are Leo's trap video, Todd Benders skeet, and George Digweed in sporting.
Well, that's true, some don't see lead. If your looking at the tgt. and not the muzzle, you don't see lead. It's a feel and takes a lot of practice and trust. It's easier to look down the muzzle at the tgt. and see the necessary gap IMHO, and also what is called the pull away method which is really touching the tgt. with the muzzle briefly and then moving out to the lead you want - this helps you to keep from stopping the gun which can be a problem at times and get's you in sync with the tgt. When a tgt. is up on the horizon you can shoot not seeing the muzzle but when it's a black midi going low and fast and on all edge running along a tree line in the shadows, you don't have any idea where the muzzle is - panic.