Never have you viewed an edit that exhibits a 30ft Jaws barrel and backside 720, (or 540 depending on your inclination) until now. And that's what Albee Layer's all about: those feats that have never been done.
His approach at Jaws is to go deeper. His approach to aerial surfing is to spin faster, tweak harder, go higher. And you don't do that without steely determination and some disregard for your own well-being.
There are plenty of points I could pick by the second as examples: an inverted 360, a particularly tweaked straight air or the charging of one mutant left hand barrel. But you really just need to watch it all, and probably more than once.