The Silver hubs in the video could really use a Deore T610 in the same video for a comparison as by itself it doesn't help much ! A spinning wheel would also help as spinning in hand isn't a good depiction of a spinning wheel. While I've had silver hubs my entire life up until recently I had some Deore hubs built in black with black Rhyno Lite rims, with silver spokes and nipples. Frankly I rather like the black glossy finish on them as the silver Deore finish isn't exactly nice looking anyways.
What I can't do either is noise. The Deore is about as loud as a freewheel, and that's because their design IS basically a threaded, sealed self-contained freewheel unit that's screwed inside hub shell. On the noisy hubs they put the pawls in the hub shell and the ratchets in the cassette body. Such a design acts as a hub body amplifier for the large pawls they put in them. They may claim the noise means high-er quality, that's just sales speak used to justify, deflect, gloss over the fact that they are loud. Seeing the the Silver hubs are that design, they're not going to be quiet like a Deore design.
Onyz hubs are no noise at all, but $470 is too much for me to put into one single component of one single wheel.
So Jim you have to ask yourself if having a black hub is such a big deal or not, and frankly.... whose big deal ? Do I really feel that way or is that something I heard and bought into along the way and adopted as important to me ? Question everything, it's the only way to get to the heart of the matter, any and every matter.