Welcome to Ned and Duk and thanks for uploading your videos.
Ned, I know what you mean by 'camera shy'. I've also found that I have a bad habit of playing a piece without the proper guitar support or footstool. Just as I think it sounds ready, I then sit properly with a guitar support for the recording and unsurprisingly, find I fall apart! The answer of course is to force myself to practice and play with the support all the time. One other thought Ned, I know M. Delcamp likes to encourage counting, but I think a metronome would have been useful for your Soleares. It might also help by making the recording feel like an exercise rather than a performance and hence reduce the 'pressure'?
Duk, I've put some dynamics in my versions below, but I'd prefer to have your mastery of the notes. I'm sure you could add some dynamic contrast with ease.
I hope you, and others, might find something within my own self-criticism and thoughts useful. As far as possible I've tried to limit my playing to exercises within the lessons and, prompted by Michael, to look again at some of the exercises from the earlier lessons. For me, the exercises n1,n2 from p26 D01 and particularly n15,n16 from p58 D01 expose limitations of my technique and my reliance on the free stroke. Forcing the thumb to rest on the second string in n16 is quite a challenge.
I wouldn't say my right hand security has improved a great deal in the last week or so, but I think it perhaps looks a bit better in my second (partial) version of Soleares below. [I only intended to play up to Falseta 4, but apologies anyway to M. Delcamp for not posting a full version this time.]
I've still not mastered the damping in either piece and in A Toye, I really should have decided what ornamentation I was going to use rather than just 'winging it'! But here are my new (slightly) improved versions....
I hope to see you all in Lesson 4 - Stewart