Jeff, thank you for asking. I recall that you did this (asked for input) for the first video, and I could see some of the comments addressed in the video.
Most commenters have spoken well on the "process" and "how to" topics.
Let me take Andy Biggs suggestion: "how to evaluate a print" a bit further. Most of us are pretty skilled and we think we're doing a pretty good job at C2P, i.e. we've learned the process. But I suspect most of us would have a hard time looking at a given print and assessing whether the print is "good", "excellent", or "best possible." What if you and Michael took say six prints, each done by a thoughtful Lula photographer, and evaluated them in terms of C2P issues, and then did a subsequent evaluation of the image reprinted per your suggestions. It could be a powerful conclusion to the process/how-to instruction. And for at least myself it might make some good prints become excellent prints.