No offense to HD, I would love to work next to him, but...in the first 60 seconds of the tape I found several 'techniques' I would not use. Saying "That is correct sir" and "Definately, do that sir" without using a callsign, is wrong. This can cause errors when one pilot asks a question that the controller doesn't hear because of more than one pilot talking at once. Without a callsign to start the transmission, "Do that sir" could cause anyone to do anything. "You can reduce speed to 2-1-0": I don't give permission, I give commands. It sounds like his traffic management was awesome, his phraseology was not. Numerous examples on issuing speeds in group form, "go direct" instead of "cleared direct" are examples. Again, I am not knocking this performance, I am pointing out that the goal is to do the same job with prescribed phaseology. It is not easy. I will post a clip from Fri June 1st at Phoenix tomorrow. I don't know how good it will be, I do know that we exceeded the arrival rate for Phoenix by a considerable margin and I was riding the edge. Do not confuse folksy phraseology with being good.