At the end of the day that's what these pipes really come down to, personal aesthetic preference.
That video is utter nonsense. I have addressed this before.
The mighty car mods test is hugely flawed.
First of all the title is "cold air intakes mythbusted" Yet the only cold air intake in the entire video is the STOCK intake, and the stock cold air intake on the Nissan Skyline is quite good. This video never compared the stock intake against an aftermarket cold air intake. It simply compares the stock well designed intake to the stock intake with some very poorly executed filter mods.
The first "intake" they compare to is a HOT AIR INTAKE. Calling it a "cold air intake" is misleading at best. They made it my simply connecting a cone filter to the stock intake thereby sucking in hot air.
The second intake was the same hot air intake but with the headlight removed. The filter still isn't sealed to the outside air, so it's certainly not a cold air intake, it may be a warm air intake at best.
The third is just a joke. Obviously nobody would run an intake like that. Yes, this one is cold air, but the extra 6 feet of corrugated tubing are going to seriously interfere with flow. Amazingly this one did show a 4+hp gain even with all that tubing. That actually shows how well the filter flows vs. the stock filter.
Bottom line, these guys never tested an aftermarket intake, let alone and aftermarket cold air intake, so they didn't even try to mythbust what they said they would. Instead they tested various filter mods on the stock intake. I also want to mention that they are sponsored by an auto insurance company, not exactly a mod friendly organization.