It isn't so much about "good enough" it is theft of intellectual property.
Sorry, I did not pick up that vibe from the video... it was too much "Look how much better OUR product is than that cheap Chinese knock-off" rather than "Oh, look. Someone stole our design isn't that terrible"
Imitation is supposed to be the most sincere form of flattery. And ARB has been around for a loooong time, I am sure most of the patents surrounding the product have expired which leaves them no alternative but to compare against product quality.... which apparently the video is doing. When the patents expire the I.P. such as it is, is free game for ANY person with the cash to copy and resell.....
BTW, every time you choose China over the US, you make a future enemy of the US stronger.
Yeah, yeah, yeah. Guilt trip does not come into play no matter how much most people would agree with that statement. $$$ does. When I can go to HF and buy my "good enough" tool for $5.99 that would cost me $20 from a U.S. manufacturer, (which is -only- ~3x the U.S. price) I give no consideration whether the tool is from China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, India, South Africa, Canada, or any of a host of other exporting countries. Don't know, don't care. It is $14 less than the other tool which means more money for me to spend on other toys.
So YOU want to spend all your cash on U.S. tools because it makes you righteous? Fine, your prerogative. My brother in law won't shop at Walmart because when they moved in, his favorite mom-n-pop clothing store could not compete. Mom-n-pop is a favorite fable of the way things used to be, but for one, I do not enjoy paying $50 for a shirt I can buy for $20 at Walmart (or Target, Sears, J.C. Penney, Kohls, etc.). Again, yours and his choice. But on a budget, I go for affordable.