You got it, Shakes. Riding a motorcycle is an inherently dangerous proposition for the rider. I'm not aware of any statistics that support the argument that motorcycles cause more deaths or injuries to pedestrians or other drivers.
The issue is whether or not the act of watching a video while simultaneously operating an automobile renders you more, or less, likely to cause an accident. It really isn't related to your own judgement of whether you can/are safe when driving. Otherwise, we'd all be able to perform our own automotive safety inspections and apply differing standards based on what we were comfortable with. And in a similar vein, our own standards for licensing ourselves to operate a motor vehicle.
Given recent research that indicates that even speaking on a cell phone with hands free equipment is less safe than not speaking on a cell phone, I find it difficult to believe watching a video and driving at the same time is equivalent to not watching one and driving.
We all know everyone here is an individual and is gonna do what they're gonna do. Just give it some deep thought and consider how you might explain to a pedestrian's relative that you didn't see them step out in front of your car. That's a tough one even if you're not watching a show.