I have both a Stihl and a Husky. Both 24" bars. The Husky was worked over for a professional firewood cutter before I got it, and it screams!
Comparing the two...there's no comparison. The Stihl is lighter, more ergonomic, and unlike the Husky, not every nut is a different size!
With the Husky, I have to carry a tool box. The Stihl can be broken down (change chains, bar, plug, etc.) with nothing but the chainsaw wrench/screw drive tool.
IMO, the Husqvarna is the Harley Davidson of chainsaws, while the Stihl is the Yamaha. Them that have 'em, love 'em. Them that had 'em...it's past tense for a reason.
...And I can't see what you guys are talking about "cringe factor" in that video. The guy's a little sloppy with his cuts, but hey, it's a chainsaw not a Shopsmith. Personally, I liked his dovetail cuts.
It really has always cracked me up how some "instructables" show guys dressed up like refugees from the H.A.L.O. video game, and swear you're gonna loose a leg if you aren't wearing body armor.