I'm sticking with Southwest. Fast, and I seldom fail to get the seat I want. A side-benefit is that you get a preview of your potential seatmates and the options available, which is sometimes important.
My Stearman instructor wanted me to start the flare way higher than I was comfortable with, but it sure worked for him.
Looks like maybe an "on the numbers" attempt? But the numbers are 400' down the runway. Maybe a "Hmmm. I'm getting a little slow here, a little nose-down should fix that...". Too many maybes. Bottom line -- a poorly executed approach that left him with no options when it counted, and failure to keep aware of the situation on the ground.
Would be interesting to know if the SUV came from the North or South before the turn onto Kelly Drive.
I was in a similar situation many years ago flying a PA-30 from Opa Locka to Tamiami. Reeeallly bad wx to the West, but you could practically see TMB a few minutes after takeoff, so I figured there'd be no problem. Unfortunately, I had filed IFR for some reason. ATC told me to turn right to intercept the ILS way out there, and things went rapidly to hell. Remember the old "I learned about flying from that" series? I learned about contact approaches from that; requesting one would have saved a lot of stress on me, the airplane, and my passenger.
I'm still a fan of SWA's open-seating-in-bunches boarding style. Seems to be faster, and you get a better choice of seats unless you have the bad luck to be the last on board. $10 buys a lot of luck :).
Looks like those YouTube stalls were done slow and dirty. If he was having upset problems at FL260 or so, he'd be going like hell and clean as a whistle; I'd think the stall would be even more pronounced and perhaps violent.