Our show this year (titled "Belle Époque" meaning beautiful era) is all around french life and art styles in the early 1900's. It's really good, especially compared to our school's previous marching track record. If you wouldn't mind, please have a look-see: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Wj1ZzbLEQk
Very nicely done.
My highschool band was the only military style in our football district, so I've had mixed feelings on that vs corp style. On the one hand, we prided ourselves on precision. I remember we used to joke in school about how the other bands in the district used corp style to keep everyone spread out so you can't tell when they're out of step.
On the other hand, we were limited in what we could do and our director was good at follow-the-leader type moves but not much else. I was percussion and loved the toms, which is probably my biggest envy of corp bands. Since you can't really do a military march style with them without taking out a line of people doing a counter march, I marched with cymbals.
I did play quads in the stands and when doing our pop tune for the twirlers while the band stayed still before our march routine.
BTW, I noticed in your vid that you're from Flower Mound, Tx. Did you happen to see Ennis at the UIL competition? I graduated there in '99 and I'd be curious what people that may not be familiar with military style think of it. Here's about the best video I could find of the current season, but it doesn't have our "E" formation at the end that everyone goes nuts over. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXRd2H3JxxI