Any wedding video is going to be a montage...it's the only way to condense 8 hours of footage into a 30 minute highlight video that people will want to watch. You just need to make sure you see plenty of the videographers previous work to make sure their style fits your vision. I think what you're getting at is that some wedding videos can be cheesy, and I completely agree!We used Attention to Detail out of Cleveland. We did not have a good experience, so I wouldn't recommend them. We hired them just to record and give us the raw, unedited footage. Our wedding was in July and we just received the footage last week. It should not take almost 5 months to mail the footage to us. Plus, we had sent his 2 of our own external hard drives and they "couldn't get it to work". Really? My H literally had to send at least 5 follow-up emails because he couldn't even give a straight answer about why we hadn't received it, yet. On that note, my advice when hiring the photographer and videographer is to check the contract for how long it will take to receive the stuff. Our contract had a clause about the edited videos, but nothing about raw, unedited footage....live and learn.