Looking back on his Color Theory part, it's impressive how casually Sascha held his nosegrind through the kinks at 1:12, which probably coincides with how controlled he is when attacking big gaps to handrails and such. And the simultaneously sketchy and gnarly 50-50 at 1:45 will always be nuts (Sorry David, but dedicating a full 40 seconds to landing the same trick backside with a questionable landing is just visual overkill, especially considering what Sascha has already done 3 years ago.) Even the crazy rail at 2:00 that he boardslides just looks impossible, and the little balancing waver makes it that much more exciting to watch (mad props to Brandon Westgate in MADE for being the next guy to conquer that rail). And once again, the ender backside flip down the triple 5 set at 2:46 was the first trick I remember down that set, and to this day still stands as a pretty awesome trick at that spot. When a guy like Sascha is destroying spots that still are challenging guys today, that definitely says something. And I cannot forget to mention the QUINTUPLE SET OLLIE at 2:30. No words can describe the magnitude of a trick like that.
So to sum up, please come back Sascha!