Well...actually, you may be disappointed...by the way the video ends. (I, for one, really would have wanted to see how he ends the piece.)
I find it difficult to overstate the sheer musicality of Phil Keaggy's acoustic instrumental music, and this is not a genre that is exactly bereft of massive talent. Here, you can see a pretty full range of his gifts: aside from some of the obvious technical facility and "unusual" (for anyone outside the genre) techniques, I am most struck by his command of dynamics and the exquisitely beautiful arrangement. Simply fantastic.
There are uncountable great musicians, and then there are some who, it seems clear, are on a temporary loan program from something bigger than us. Although I came to Keaggy late and still need to explore more of his work, it sure seems like he may have a place in that latter group.
Chalk one up in the "needed to hear that today" category.