Watched the video - one thing that got me was they were using a Rotary phone. In '86 they had touchtone phones and even cordless phones (albeit a bit large at the time with a huge telescoping antenna). I wonder if they chose the rotary to make it even more 'back to the basics' as they would probably see it. Probably drives the phone company insane when they see the stats on rotary phones still on their networks.
I was born in 1974, grew up in that decade and the 80's. I have very fond memories of the mid 80's and would love to bring SOME of the things back but not everything. The mere sight of the neon that made a comback this year was one of those things I would not have cared to see again. In the mid 80's as well, they had your 8-bit computers being led by Commodore, Atari, Tandy, IBM, Apple and Timex Sinclaire leading the way. To have some of that old tech now would be pretty fun. I cut my computer teeth on the Atari 8-bit and grew up with it. I know most everyone else my age was into the Commodore and did the same.