Unfortunately, I started this course before I realized you hadn’t completed it. Since I’ve studied the first thousand RTK kanji before (twice!) the first eight chapters now up are going by pretty fast for me, so I’m going to switch over to Nukemarine’s RTK course.
However, I wanted to tell you that I like the format of your course better than any others I’ve seen here, and want to encourage you to keep adding to it until it’s complete. (Perhaps I’ll be using it for my fourth go at RTK some time in the future.) I like 1) no readings, which I don’t need, although others might disagree, 2) primitives taught as a group prior to kanji lesson 3) Heisig’s original “mems”, which are often useful, although I usually make simpler and/or more personal ones for myself, and especially 4) changing the more abstract/obscure keywords to something that makes more sense and is more usable. So far I’ve agreed with all your changes; in fact, I’d previously made some of them myself, and liked your ideas for others.
My one criticism is that I’ve seen some spelling errors (“baceball” comes to mind) and would suggest more thorough proof reading.