Unless its a zero contact type, and none of the ones I've seen for home use are, no thanks!
I've been changing and balancing my own tires since I started riding over 30 years ago. And to date, none of my rims have been scuffed, scraped, nicked or gouged. Shops don't provide any guarantees, but have the nerve to charge big coin for a simple task .
Bead breaking tool: what he made was nifty and I might do likewise. I've been using a four foot long 2" x 6" board that I drive my car onto, but it is a 2-person job to do it right.
Rim protectors: I have a set like those for my other motorcycle, but for the thick edged rims of a BMW GS, I use 2" x 5" plastic sheets cut out from windshield washer bottles. I noticed that he forgot to use his rim protectors when he installed the tire.
Tire mounting lubricant: I've used silicone spray and Armor-All.
BTW, the background music was a whole lot better than listening to some head banging rock crap. Mozart lives on more than 200 years after his death.