Thanks Bob! I really appreciate the feedback. And don't hesitate to let me know what needs improving as well. I know I had a couple "thumps" and fret buzzes, but I was too lazy after five takes to record it again.
Really, that goes for everyone. I'm not that thin-skinned and I'm here to learn. I'm going to try to contribute more to these discussions (as I promised when I signed up for these lessons.) I know it's probably hard to critique your peers - it is for me. But I think good-willed suggestions and comments will encourage us to continue and advance. I hope mine are taken in that spirit as well.
It sounds like you may be new to these lessons but not new to classical guitar. Now it's on to lesson D01-3.
Yep to all. I'm starting over because I taught myself a bunch of bad habits many years ago, before I dropped it. Also, I think you've got the right idea about not rushing yourself. At least get the main technique "idea" of the lesson down before moving on, even if you don't hit every exact note the exactly correct way every time. I work for percentages. If we have to be perfect, we're all screwed.
It's not the destination, it's the journey.