First off, it's clear that you have a lot of experience and obviously know what you're doing to the point of repetitive boredom. This is displayed in your videos so much that I think some serious reflection in teaching style is needed on your end. There is a reason the reviews all love this course.....except the ToonTanks section. I want to make it clear that this is not an attack on you, I'm merely addressing the weakest link in the chain, because I really enjoyed the earlier portions of this course and want the course as a unit to succeed.
Expanding on this, you seem to have fallen into the trap that many seasoned software developers fall into, and that is the assumed knowledge on our part as you casually blow through each portion of code, concepts, theory, and practices. Assuming the reason for the speed is to make videos shorter, that reasoning kind of falls apart if you are making a video half as long as the previous instructor, but we have to watch is 3 times or pause 100 times. Not only does this force us to just copy what you're doing without understanding, it's demotivating as a whole. I would assume most people drop the course once this realization is reached.
Let's consider the student's journey up until now, we have gone from a teacher who at every moment shows enthusiasm and a genuine feel of wanting you to learn as he explains the concepts, to someone who is just making videos to get paid. The overwhelming feeling of this course just being something you need to get done to get a paycheck is disappointing.
Wrapping up, I feel you have a lot of potential due to your knowledge of the material, but at the moment I feel like your heart isn't really in this for the teaching and it shows in your videos. Not everyone with knowledge of material is cut out to be a teacher.