Therefore, my only complaint about "Who Buried Paul McCartney" would be that it doesn't cover the rumor with the same depth my book does. Since Wouter used my book as a source, he should've known all about the wealth of radio shows, TV news programs, etc., that he could've utilized to more completely tell the story. And this wasn't a "time" problem -- the documentary is scarcely 30 minutes in length, so it could've been expanded to feature-length (85 to 95 minutes, which also would have made it more accessible to prospective distributors).
Having said all this, it must be stressed that I really enjoyed "Who Buried Paul McCartney", and I think it certainly stands as a very important addition to the "Paul-Is-Dead" canon. And for the casual viewer, it will serve to explain a great deal of the saga and make some sense of it. However, if the viewer has seen the documentary and then thirsts for more, I hope they will seek out my book.