My initial response was a little hesitant, since I normally don't use presets. I like to manually adjust and tweak everything in Lightroom one-at-a-time, custom per image. I believe that since each image is unique, it should be processed on an individual basis.
After playing with the TTW presets a little more, I came to know them a little bit better, and how they behaved. I can now say that there are certain aspects of this preset library that would certainly speed up overall workflow.
Another benefit, at least for me, is the opportunity to quickly explore other processing styles. The preview in the left panel as you hover your mouse cursor over each one gives an almost instant ability to say 'yes' or 'no'.
The presets stack - so as a person is editing and processing their photo, the different edit presets can be added upon, giving unique image styles quickly.
The brushes offer a similar preset ability, as they give preset base colour combined with unique combinations of exposure, shadows/highlights, contrast, clarity, saturation, temperature etc.
I don't know that it would be a justifiable expense for a hobbyist, but certainly can help save time and expand creative options for the budding photographer looking to make a few extra bucks with from their photos, or the pro who needs to save time in the processing stage.
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Here's the image from the video with a few other minor tweaks: