That's a nice suggestion, I like it!
Indeed, it sounds a bit agressive with the rest stroke. I might change it, i will try. But my point was to let people focus on the fact, that after a legato you can use any of the fingers, even one which played before the legato. With this fingering, you get close to imim.., only you replace one m with the legato. In many modern editions, there is i-mi m-im, which is not necessary. And, I don't say Aguado played it with a rest stroke. Although, it always seems to me his style could have been influenced by a flamenco technique. Sor spoke about him in this manner, seems to me. But from your point, i can see you care about the sound a lot, and it is always good. Thanks for inspiration, Josef