Alright so you may not like this post but I am truly trying to help by offering constructive criticism.
I'm not going to touch content because not every video can be awesome sunsets and excitement. These are just format/production quality comments.
Resolution- I watched on my android with Chrome browser and had no option to change quality, which looked like 360p. Started to type this section and decided to go back and watch through YouTube ap and had HD options. Don't know if this is anything you have control over or not, but normally I can adjust resolution from my browser so maybe something to look in to. I mention it because if I can't watch a newly posted video in HD then I'm writing off the poster as an amateur not worth the time. 4k is on the way, 1080p is the new SD. Again maybe you have no control over that but worth looking into as it affects your video and not any of the others I watch via chrome.
Title/intro: music no good, ditch it (and I'm a big fan of most electronica- Deadmau5 is pop and Ronald Jenkees and Ratatat are superstars imo). Essentially modern elevator music that does nothing to improve your video or provide a segway into your content. Text animations are straight 80s B-roll. If you want a title, throw it up in a clean San serif font and dissolve straight to content. Didn't notice any spelling or grammar issues so positive there.
Bike scene- lighting ruins it, and I'm a bike fanatic. You'd be hard pressed to find a bigger bike nut than me and i'm even a big fan of your bike specifically (though I maintain that it is NOT fast and is an overweight pig on anything rougher than a dirt road). But a guy talking and stumbling around in the dark as your intro content is snooze city and I'm out after 5 seconds. Get some fill light (house floodlights, battery lantern, mini flashlight, ANYTHING) so we can see whats going on and its much better. Short and sweet, provides a frame of reference for what comes next, which is a good thing.
Voiceover- excellent call, execution needs work. When shooting video, concentrate on the content/quality of the shot not the audio explanation. That can be added later no prob (like you did). However when you add it later it has to be smooth flowing and personable as if you were talking to me face to face with no camera. You come across as stilted, uncomfortable, and unrehearsed. Retake the voiceover until it sounds 110% relaxed and natural, even if it takes multiple tries (I know it isn't easy).
Linda- Linda talks to the camera like you should be talking to the camera. Its because she's not talking to your camera, shes talking to you the person. You need to imitate her and talk to your (not real) buddy standing next to the camera rather than talking to the camera to sound natural. Its something everyone struggles with but separates the really good from all the rest. The cats were perfect and you couldn't script that worked out well. Consider 2 cameras for that type of shot- wide angle on tripod to capture what you showed already, and a handheld zoomed in to capture the details of her work- she gave you very good content that is flattened a bit by no detail. Overall her part was best of video.
Not an overall positive post I know, and I can't say I liked the video as a whole. But its an improvement and you're willing to keep posting despite the overall backlash last time and you're making improvements, and I think both are good things.
I subscribed to your channel to see where this goes- and I'm sending you my personal email via pm. I figure if/when I start posting my own you should be notified so you can comment- its only fair.