haha dont worry man, in my view youre not coming off as a dick. Now, to your points--
you may have noticed I didnt play with a HUD. That's because I don't play with a HUD, i get my reads from easier stuff. For example, with this particular villain, I had played one orbit and he had either limped, minraised, or done both in that one orbit before i started recording. I think he may have been on another table with a half-stack as well. Right off the bat, my read is going to say "passive" until proven otherwise.
I think his potting into 2 players is either top pair, a monster, or air. Had the pot been HU, i wouldve raised here and tried to get it in with an A, but with the fish behind it seemed better to call and see the turn (hoping the fish came along). Once the turn card comes, and he checks, I think his most likely hand is now an A (which i'm pretty sure he won't c/r unless he 2pairs on the turn), followed by air, followed by monsters. If i don't think he c/r air or an A (which is apparently where we disagree), then i have to fold if he c/r.
Another thing to think about is to consider the equity of his hand vs mine. If he has, say AJo he has 8 outs. That's best case scenario. If he has A7 with a FD, he has 23 outs and is a favorite vs me. My point, as i tried to explain in the video, is that just being ahead most of the time isnt enough-- the equity has to work out. And, in that case, I'm pretty sure it doesnt, as i'm drawing close to dead when behind, and hes always drawing live.