Thanks to Ross, Goran and Coen for your responses. I agree the timing can do with a little work especially on Greensleeves, I am now playing with a metronome for a change and this seems to be helpful. I find sometimes that damping with the thumb delays my playing the next note and throws the timing a bit, I need to keep working on this. I am still using too much energy and concentration on the damping, I see from M Delcamp's videos how light a touch it is supposed to be but I can't do it so lightly....but slowly it improves with practice.
Goran - it is good to see your practice. The scales are good and clear, your movement between left hand positions positive and focused, and your right hand technique is steady even on the aiai picking, which I find quite difficult - congratulations. You play the scales quite fast too. I wonder if it would be good to try them more slowly sometimes and focus more on the tone.
With the legados, it sounds more clear and precise when you pull off with the second and first fingers...for some reason it is less clear with the third and fourth. I wonder if you can slightly improve the position of the left wrist so the fingertips are more perpendicular to the strings and the fretboard. But these are details, basically it was a good practice.
Coen - I am sorry that we can't see your practice because there is not much we can say about your technique. But your playing sounds very good. especially the Greensleeves.