Thanks! Yes, my right hand technique has made leaps and bounds in the last year and a half, as I've learned to be very planted and prepared on the strings, and initiating strokes mostly with the big knuckle, with some follow through into the palm. I know there's that one very long thread with some heavy debate about the big knuckle thing, but it's working very well for me and it helps me to play more confidently for myself or even for an audience. And the tone generation that goes with this right hand approach. Well once you hear and feel the difference it makes, that's something special too!
Reviewing my own videos I would like to see the right hand just a little more over the strings with the knuckles lined up a little better over the string being planted/played, but I don't think it's that far off. Left hand I am now going to work to minimize excess motion while going for a little more relaxation. I just had a nice lesson on that for one of my trouble spots, and I think that will help me get more legato on the counterpoint parts if I want it!
Thanks for listening and giving positive feedback, it's much appreciated!
Just last night I found the Sor Study that is logical to set my sights on similar to this one, in Op. 29 No. 17 but that's going to be a long way off. I hope some day I can perform and post that one. It's now a long term goal!