I've always been a fan of your video posts from the beginning, but now it's become harder to view and follow along since switching to the VIM editor.
From a learning perspective (as a member of your audience): Before we were easily able to see the hierarchy of files and as you editing a file we could see visually and graphically where they file was in the hierarchy of files in the project. Now, you are using buffers and it's harder to follow.
Also, as you issue commands into the VIM, the little context line at the bottom flicks around which is just distracting to learning process. Screens jerking around, popup contexts flicking up and down.
As you scroll up and down, you are pressing keys to do so, but we are unable to get any feedback. For example, in a traditional editor we know you're about to move up the file to show us as we see your mouse over the scrollbar. With VIM, it's just a jolt to the eye and a jittering screen.
I ask you to reconsider your presentation style- it was fine before. You're a great teacher and explain things very clearly. I hope my opinion is useful and maybe others agree that the old editor was a lot easier to follow