What some here probably don't realize is that (I'm assuming, and also hoping) the Pimax crew sent you their QA process(or at least part of it) in order to help find flaws, which will probably remain confidential. I'm pretty sure they aren't just saying "here you go, do whatever you want and make a video." When given quality test cases and instructions, it's hard to do things wrong. I'm sure they have an issue list of things that went wrong in previous prototypes, that could have been fixed in newer versions, but you'd still have to test those issues in the current prototype just to be sure it didn't sneak back, software or hardware-wise.
You're probably going to learn a lot! Maybe you can make two types of videos, a hardcore QA video, and then a more "SweViver Traditional" video that's more ELI5 of Pimax vs (Insert any HMD).