The Ballet 360 was pretty awesome. I liked it more than the Krump 360. There is some kind of ethereal, haunting quality to the photos that intrigues me. It is like catching a hummingbird while flapping its wings, or a fish leaping out of the water - breathtakingly glorious. All the dancers are of course, ridiculously talented, and the stills only serve to highlight their form and technique.
I wish they would have shown more movement in the Krump pictures, since it seemed more "posed" to me than the Ballet stills (ironically, since ballet is intrinsically the more structured dance style). I did like that he captured the attitude or "swag" that is so integral to Krump however with the facial expressions and the oftentimes seemingly crazy angles of their limbs during the still.
Lastly, check out the veins on the arms and legs of the male ballet dancer at 0:25. That shit's crazy.