After the landing, I thought I had been way too fast but on re-watch I had a little better control than I remembered and my speed only became excessive for a short moment while I was turning final (can I blame that on the wind? :) ). I also think Paul's suggestion for a slip is spot on, as it would have helped keep my upwind wing down and kept us rolling on just the main wheel a little longer. I'd love to get more crosswind landing practice, but we unfortunately can't control what the winds are doing when we show up to fly. Might be a good use for Condor!
I think this over the shoulder angle is perfect for training, because you get a good view out of the cockpit but can still see the instruments and your inputs to all of the controls. I've been taking the mount home with me, but I might start leaving it in the hangar office in case anyone else would like to use it with their own cameras"