Another for the "I can't believe you people haven't emigrated to New Zealand" file.
Here in New Zealand, we don't have to bother going through any kind of security for domestic flights that can't reach international destinations. And when we do go through security, it's the standard metal-detector kind with friendly security personnel and, again, the whole not-being-molested thing.
Seriously: The last time I caught a flight here, I parked the car 30 minutes before the flight, walked over to the terminal, walked up to the gate, waived my phone at the kiosk (it's an electronic boarding pass), and hopped on board. If you have to check luggage, add 15-20 minutes.
Here's the latest Air New Zealand in-flight safety briefing. I love how the whole country turns Middle Earth whenever a new LOTR movie comes out.