It's good. I think that's that friend of IK's from before. The only thing is I feel like she could lighten up and be able to drive the barbell up a bit more. Also, she maybe could bring her torso us just a tad bit in order to get a little more passive scapular portraction..that way she will be able to get more power into it, I think. But as far as a barbell row, it's a good one and basically what I described. Anyone would do well to emulate it but of course there is always room for improvement in anything. I wouldn't mind seeing just a little more of a pause at the top to make sure she has those scapula pinched tightly at the end.
On the thing you said about everything being quiet but the arms, although I know what you meant, I think it is important to point out to people that the scapula are not quiet and that is the main point of the movement. Otherwise people will just curl the bar and that, actually, IS how most people row.
But I don't know why it should be called 'pendlay' row. It's a barbell row off the floor. Woop te doo.
When I'm doing fullbody I like to do heavy dumbell press and lunge combos. With dumbells in the overhead press ready position, you do a lunge. At the bottom position of the lunge you overhead press the dumbell, then you complete the lunge while holding the bells in the overhead position. Lower the bells and repeat. Brutal and effective. And fun. I didn't invent them but now that I've described them everyone should henceforth call them "Eric Lunges".