p.o.v. (point-of-view) is a great idea - it puts you right there - in the driver's seat, so to speak - unfortunately, the eyeball they have in the camera is far less able to take in the whole scene when compared to what we see with out eyes. as a result, almost everything comes off as a close-up - to the exclusion of whatever else may be going on or worth looking at.
still vince vouyer is on of the top pros in the business - the girls are rather exotic, the action is hot, all the ingredients are great - but the 'keyhole-effect' imposed on what you, the viewer, sees kind of ruins the cake - for me, anyway. as i have mentioned, "you should not be allowed to shoot pov unless you have a very wide-angle lens - or set things up so someone is holding the camera for you such that it looks like your pov - but the camera is farther away than the eyeball on the guy doing all the work.