Chen and Om like the Venice Project video service's concept: Use a P2P system to support bigger, faster, higher quality downloads. Here's proof why we need this, like, yesterday.

This video of a breast bouncing contest, where two well-endowed, bikini clad women face off to see who's got more bounce. The contestants warm up with a catwalk, then a hop, and then get onto a platform carried by a dozen Japanese men. The score is counted by a digital readout — two per girl, naturally. The 7-minute clip is hosted on youtube. And it just doesn't download fast enough.

Unlike Chen, I think that YouTube can beat the venice project if they get a flash embedded p2p client for their player. Please. Quickly.

P.S. Spoiler: Blue takes the win at 2941 digitally-counted bounces.
Venice Project Hands On: This Is Going To Kill YouTube [Gizmodo]