Exactly! He has been working hard, as they all have, but they fully understand the point you just made and are clearly not willing to fudge up progress in the name of reporting on it!
The way I see it, even once a month is more than most OTC companies will ever do. I saw one other do this. The CEO of nFusz, Rory Cutaia, was doing something very similar for shareholders, though the vids were just him elaborating on progress and where he saw the company going, so it was easier to put together. Very good for him considering he also was very busy.
When professionals were engaged to move from the OTC to the NASDAQ, those pros insisted that he drastically reduce his video presentations (SHACS as he like to call them) and proceed with extreme caution in order to avoid slipping up and revealing details which could negatively impact their efforts.
As Rocky Mountain High Brands moves forward, they will likely reach a point where they'll have to reduce transparency to some degree, similar to how Mr. Cutaia did. What's best for the company is best for shareholders.