Saw this a long time ago too. The guy's opinion got seriously demolished when he claimed there's more storage in the MY than a Highlander. Ridiculous. They obviously don't know how to pack a car if that's the case, haha. MY vs ID.4 is technically equal in rear storage, but they're apportioned differently. If you want lots of small stuff on/below the floor, MY is a little better. If you want to put anything large in the back, forget it, the roof makes it impossible. I need that more often personally, but many might not, so ID.4 works out better for me most times. Also, I should note, that I took out the raised floor panel completely. If I didn't have kids, and therefore 2 carseats in the back, I would keep it in there and fold down the back seats for when I need larger storage... but I'm only going to do that if I really have to. So the floor leveling isn't that useful and adding those few inches to the main storage area is more convenient. I also have the muddybuddy liner back there, and find accessing any of the below floor storage less than ideal normally, let alone if I have other stuff back there (which is most of the time). That makes the larger under floor storage of the MY not particularly useful to me in the day to day. I'd much rather have more above and eliminate the under floor - but the motor layout doesn't allow for that.
He's of course right that ID.4 is drastically better build quality and better interior experience. By "minimalistic" look for MY, he meant "fugly and uncomfortable, lacking in basic features of well designed automobiles." But agree that some of the choices of buttons etc in ID.4 are weird... some just weird but not necessarily bad, some just plain dumb. But I'll still take dumb buttons over no buttons. No backlighting on some buttons was a huge mistake. It doesn't bother me much as I'm used to it now, but really bad decision. Roof cover is huge. MY build quality sucking is exactly what I've been saying all this time. Piano black does suck - thankfully my Cosmic trim eliminates a lot of that, but the little that remains will someday be vinyl wrapped. Gotta stop with the piano black VW. New phone charger situation is better in 23 model, but still not visible if that's what you're looking for - I agree w/ VW's philosophy that you shouldn't really be looking at it much anyway, and new design is more easily accessible. Seats and general comfort, ID.4 destroys MY. Heated rear seats is nice, but not really that necessary - most people hardly use back seats, or have car seats back there. Reclining rear seats would be nice perk, but again, not critical for same reason above. What I would love to see, and can't recall but don' think MY has either, is a sliding rear seat. Again, for those of us with carseats back there, we can't easily fold down seats for extra cargo space - I'd love to be able to slide the whole thing forward a bit to gain a little extra storage when needed. Ionic 5 has this, haven't seen too many 2 row SUVs with it though... I would love to see that. I might be a fringe case there, but would be huge for me.
I don't care for look of MY, but will say his is the best color on it, so its not as bad. Cleaning stuff is fair point, but also has rear wiper etc, so...
Ride quality is massively important and way better in ID.4. D/B mode needs some software tweaks to make it really right, including being able to bring it down to a stop and being able to adjust regen slightly more aggressive, but not as much as MY.
Charging stuff well documented - we all know Tesla wins here. For most of us that don't use that much, certainly not going to weigh that over much more important things like ride and build quality that matter every day.
The software, same - we know Tesla does better here, other than stupid things like screen location for blind spot, no glove box button, etc. But execution is way better other than terrible decisions.
Basically other than some head scratcher opinions on storage space, agree with most of what he says other than the conclusion - I don't see how his set of impressions leads to the conclusion, unless you road trip frequently and think that's a good idea in a BEV.