I hear you, and obviously I wasn't there to actually see what the different angles looked like.
That being said, whether it was on you or you simply did the best with what you had, as a viewer the shots still became a bit monotonous and stale. Then again, personally, I would have been bored with 15 unique angles of the same jump, so maybe I'm not the best "critic". Hell, I get bored watching big air comps. If a variety of angles weren't possible, I would have left a bunch of shots on the cutting room floor and produced a shorter edit. I think some shots from the lip and the knuckle would have helped, even if they weren't technically "good" shots. The undesired side effect of shooting from that distance consistently is that everything becomes a bit flat, and you lose scale. Personally, I love follow cams, and I think your follows are usually really good, so yeah, I think snagging a couple would have gone a long way, but hey...it was still tight— definitely nothing to be ashamed of hahaha.
I would have liked to have seen some more jib footy and "playful" shots...ala butters, knuckle tricks, side booters to break up the kicker session. Wasn't there a tiny jump line? I would have loved to have seen some ridiculous trains on smaller features.