At least I am pretty certain no one else was videoing. Once the monitor issue is sorted, we discover the AA prototype has indeed booted to Workbench, and Peter Cherna runs us through the presentation he gave at Orlando DevCon of the AA chipset, including HAM (hold-and-modify) in a window (the "256,000 color" demo,) attached screens, various pointers and gadgets, and so on. Absolutely wonderful!
Peter also comments how Commodore did not allow for prototypes to be placed in production cases, but he ignored the rule to build this machine.
(Video is in 320x240... get over it.)