Hi Bob, I know she's cute, but she's too young for you, man.
Just kidding! Good to see you're uploading again. I'm glad you've found a guitar that works for you better. They're like a woman, you have to find one that you're satisfied with that will put up with your peculiarities. Mine's not very forgiving, I'm afraid. (My guitar, that is!)
My computer's been dead for a while, just got it resurrected. I am trying to finish the lessons as well. I've gotten a teacher now, so I need to decide if I'm going to carry on with this after D01. I enjoy these lessons, if I can organize my time to continue them, I will. He seemed to agree it's beneficial for my rest stroke technique especially, although he doesn't really seem to be a big fan of apoyando except for accenting certain passages. Different strokes for different folks, I guess, if you'll pardon the pun. He's really been challenging me, I'll say that!
For that note clipping - I have a hard time seeing it well, but it looks like you lift up your LH finger every time after you play a note. If you're ascending, keep it on the fret unless you need it somewhere else. For the descending, keep the active finger on the board for the full duration of the note - that'll help keep it from snuffing out. I struggle with this too, especially when I'm sight reading, so I feel a little hypocritical, but I find it helps. Your expression is good. I hate playing that sounds like Robbie the Robot and you don't seem to suffer from that, which is great. Keep on keepin' on!