I tried to follow my own advice and not dwell on the mistakes. I did end up putting him back in the weaves a few times since he had a major case of tunnel-vision and kept trying to skip the last half of the poles. This wasn't the same case as last night where he was just missing the entry...this was a why-waste-time-in-the-weaves when there's a tunnel calling my name(!) - so I thought we did need to stop and have a little conversation about that. :)
Here's a little video of a couple of our jumpers runs...overall, I think he handled this sequence very nicely, although (as usual) I certainly could have done a better job giving him direction in a few spots.
And here are a few videos of our standard runs. The first one he *really* did not want to wait on the contacts - you can see that he self-released several times. Our second run was better, but he still wanted to go-go-go. Even when I stopped to treat him on the dogwalk contact, I could tell that he was more interested in going on than taking the treats. I guess that's a good thing. :)
I know I say this a lot, but he really is so much fun to run. And as much as I dislike watching *me* on the videos, I love to see him having a great time on course. I think he's really coming along nicely. :)