First of all, thanks again for your wonderful feedback on my lesson videos. It's always so helpful to get help from someone who is ahead and has experience with the early pieces. With that said, please take my feedback with the awareness that I might miss the mark. I am working on the very things I am suggesting.
Nice job on the lesson songs. I like you LH technique. Your large knuckles are inline with the fingerboard and guitar strings, fingers are curved, pinky is responding independently, and fingers are going onto the strings on the finger tip (especially for the three high strings). Food for thought: Bring LH closer to the side of fingerboard. This change will enable you to have more reach to the three bass strings, and enable you to finger bass notes directly on your finger tips more consistently.
RH technique. Hand is positioned correctly (angled to strings), relaxed, just below the sound hole. Try fingering from the large knuckles more, instead of your middle and lower joints. I feel you are "bicycling" your fingers at times. This change will allow you to finger with less effort and with greater speed. Try clapping your RH by using your RH fingers (a one hand clap). This is how you should feel when fingering. Please refer to the following video for more information by Allen Mathew, a professional teacher, on this subject:
This video is on YouTube. Just copy link on YouTube.
Musicality. Rhythm, tone, phrasing, tempo, are wonderful. Try experimenting with dynamics (soft and loud). For example, play a repeated phrase or section softer. Play the difference between mf and pp more.
Tom, I hope the suggests above can help you in your guitar practice. Please take what helps and trash the rest.
My best, Nelson.