I just spent about 20 minutes writing beautiful prosaic reviews of all the recent submissions only to discover (after clicking submit) that I wasn't logged in!!! Now I am afraid all my carefully chosen words and advice for your lesson 6 videos have been lost forever.
Rather than try to remember it all, I'll just toss out the broad strokes:
Ben - Great Job. Tremendous progress on Ricercar in particular. I believe you should start focusing on musicality in addition to your note and rhythmic accuracy (which is spot-on this lesson).
Archit - Fantastic as usual. In Ricercar the final bass note of each section is 'A' (where I believe you played 'E's). Maybe have another look just to see whether I'm correct. But you played it so musically and confidently whose to say it is actually a "wrong" note?? Keep up the good work.
Theresa - Very good. I like your control of the tempo. Good job keeping everything even. Maybe see if you can devote a little attention to the pinky of your right hand. It appears to hold a lot of tension all the time and this isn't necessary as the pinky finger is not used. That tension transfers over to the other fingers. If you can relax it, you will gain better control over the 3 fingers which are used.
Edna - Superb job! Hardly anything to say about your technique. Looks great! I will say that up until this week I have been playing on a guitar that looks and sounds very similar to yours (cutaway nylon - not a true classical instrument). Last week I upgraded to a true classical guitar (a Cordoba C9). I strongly suggest you do the same. You don't have to spend too much to get a better sounding, much more playable instrument. Yamaha has some highly praised student models starting around $150.00.
I guess my thinking was that I would just work extra hard to make my cheap, broken guitar sound good. But now, having acquired MUCH better instrument, I see that there are certain aspects to both the left and right hand technique that I would have been going about all wrong forever on the inferior instrument. So, Edna, I believe if you upgrade your instrument you will be similarly shocked by how much your control over the sound will immediately improve.
...well look at that. Still quite a lengthy post after all.