Nice update! I really like the settle after the landing!
My thoughts (using quicktime frame counter starting at x0)
- I would give the squash pose one more frame (or two). So when he goes down, you'd have a bit more of an ease in and out before the push off; right now he goes down at x14 to 15, and then immediately up on x16, so a one frame direction change is a bit abrupt; also, track the spacing from x15 to 16 and you will see that x16 to 17 is much smaller (and so are the following ones), which means that you have almost a pop as a jump over one frame and then an immediate slow down, which all in all looks a bit off in real time
- watch out for the screen left leg (persp view), it pops from bent x16 to straight x17.
- you can start pulling in the screen left knee at x18, so that the knee cap is not pointing to the left but to the right
- on x26, you could have one foot tilted sideways and out in Y, so they're not so twinned and parallel; one foot could also land a frame later, just so it's not all so mirrored
Hope that helps!JD