what a lot of people don't always understand is that the editing is easier to do and looks better the better the shots are. By getting a variety of angles, some artsy/creative shots, and make sure the shots are steady by using a tripod for some shots or trying hard to keep it steady with your hand, the editing will flow much better.
What I like to do is to watch other edits that are put together real nice and sort of analyze what editing tricks they are doing. Just in general, pick apart their edit and see what they are doing that catches your eye and helps make the edit good.
I was also just watching your other videos on vimeo... what is the name of the song you used in your Jib Academy 2 edit?