I think such videos are missing the point. Sure, both SRAM and Shimano are putting out competitive products, and you shouldn’t recommend one over the other because one groupset is 20 g lighter.
From a neutral point of view, it seems clear to me that the future is wireless, but Shimano is just a superconservative company. (How many of your computers still use network cables? What about your cell phone?) Ditto for Bluetooth connectivity, with Shimano you need an extra dongle. The battery story could go both ways: some people claim, they forget charging their eTap batteries. But they are so small that I would just put a spare in my back pocket or when I have a race. Shimano’s Di2 battery lasts longer, but if something goes wrong, you could DNS at a race. (Almost happened to a team mate, where for some inexplicable reason the Di2 battery drained itself over night and he had to scramble to find someone with a charging cable.)
Two clear advantages for SRAM are the clutch mechanism and the power meter: according to the usual suspects, the Quark DZero just works, accurately and reliably. Whereas Shimano’s right-side power meters are inaccurate “by design”. Also, every SRAM AXS rear derailleur comes with a clutch, which I think is great.
And lastly, ergonomics. Personally, I always found SRAM’s ergonomics vastly superior to Shimano’s when it comes to drop bar shifters (mechanical and electronic). I really prefer how SRAM’s shift levers work and I prefer the horns to the thick humps. (I really, really dislike how Shimano’s STI levers work.) IMHO I think it is fair to base your decision entirely on ergonomics at this point.