I have shared an implementation or two in time past. But seriously, it really has more to do with the concept than anything. Once you understand the concept, there's usually multiple ways to implement - so long as one stays within the basic principles.... Like I said, sometimes we have to read between the lines a bit.
Hope you had a nice holiday!
I'm not opposed to your concepts I agree with them and I've been very vocal against many popular & exotic isolation devices and their absurdity. Where I disagree with you is that floor born vibrations are never a consideration and I don't mean the extreme type from trampoline floors. I've had to deal with source components and even speakers in the past where you can hear floor born vibrations going up the rack and picked up by the tonearm and cartridge. Depending on the frequency, displacement velocity and acceleration of the vibration I've heard it muddy up speakers too. Floor reflections are also affected by vibration.
I'm not here to argue with you and wouldn't bother writing if I only had a passing interest in the subject, there's nothing to read in between your lines. Drainage, absorption, tuning, dampening of energy aren't new concepts they've been around forever and used in a lot of audio equipment with various degrees of proficiency and if I'm not mistaken you're claiming a new and more efficient method, I'm asking how is yours different from others and not getting any answers and you end up talking about other parts of your system and over the top solutions from others but not what you've done.
To be clear I come across many systems and installed quite a few 100db in room reproduction isn't that unusual and generally it's the room that's room and not the system. I used to do clubs systems that were clean, clear and distortion free at ear bleed levels with bass loud and powerful enough to make people nauseas if desired. So this isn't new or special. I love the early CDs too, those early transfers without all the multibit remastering sound more natural and bigger sounding than what followed. Some of those cheap old CDs are actually superior source material. After Lamm my 2nd favorite electronic is an all in one Denon music system that you can pick up for $100 on ebay all day long and matched with a good pair of inexpensive vintage speakers the sound quality will put many mega dollar systems to shame, a number of people I worked with replaced their high end system with this setup. Modest systems when selected and setup properly can sound excellent, you're not the only one you've discovered this and without any complex installation. This is why your videos don't mean much, there are even IMO better sounding ones on Youtube of very modest equipment. Your iPhone and mic aren't shit, people use them for commercial projects all the time.
This brings us back to the main point that you haven't ever discussed your methodology, and aren't saying anything of real consequence. Telling us to read between the lines and be impressed with the sound of some video because the system is relatively modest doesn't mean anything, what does it show about your special invention to anyone who hasn't seen it?