Thanks for your views francilien.
I don't agree that guitarists should avoid major labels and prioritise recording contemporary music. Of course, it's good to promote new music when someone can, but Milos' recording is aimed at a mainstream audience, not necessarily guitar afficionados, and admittedly, these pieces sell CDs. However, I do also feel that Milos plays these classics with a fresh approach, so they are worth hearing by guitar enthusiasts too.
You mentioned Alexander Sergei Ramirez, who's career seems to gone off course, but there's no reason to suppose that will happen Milos. Other guitarists have made recordings for big labels and their careers haven't suffered. For example, Carlos Bonell, Xuefei Yang.
Time will tell, but I'd like to point out that I first heard Milos play over a year ago at my local guitar society, when he was largely unknown. I thought he was really good then - that's why I travelled to London to see him again. It's only my opinion, but I feel Milos plays the guitar differently to anyone else I've heard.
To be honest, I feel a bit frustrated by some of the new big name players, (and reading these boards, I know I'm not alone), because they play technically brilliantly, but not "from the heart". So I did get a bit excited when I heard Milos, because, I feel, he does play with feeling, however, it does remain to be seen whether his style will be successful in today's world.
“Do what you can, with what you have, where you are”. Theodore Roosevelt