That sounded good to me. Timing was right on and no major problems on chord changes. One little trick that helped me on those was from a video that Griff did a few years ago. His suggestion was to make the last strum before the chord change over the open strings. In other words, let go of the chord completely just before the last strum, then while you are strumming the open strings, you can get into position for the next chord. In most cases, the open strings will sound like they lead into the next chord and aren't really noticeable, but they give you time to make the change more cleanly. If I can find that video, I will go ahead and post the URL.