What I like:
-Action and context. Not just random gunfighting, but a more or less continuous sequence of events.
-Centered head cams. Equal view of both sides is always good.
What I don't like:
-Long periods of nothing happening. Yes, I'm guilty of it, too, mostly because of my video editing ignorance, but if you have the tools, go ahead and cut down on some of the dead time.
-Gun cams. With few exceptions (see a couple of the vids in this thread), gun cams are hard to follow, because 1. stuff is too far away to see, and 2. the angle is such that you're at the ground-up to shoot-back to the ground.
-Side-mounted head cams. Great for the side the cams on, no good for the other side.
Anywho, here's another I did, 2011 Alamo game at Top Gun in NJ: