Nice vid. Couple of notes here, I agree with Steve about coming into guard IN measure. I've found rapier and dagger as much about the approach as the strike, in fact, it's how I view single rapier itself. But, especially with rapier and dagger where circular advancing and recovery are essential, as one is trying to get to the weak side and not to attempt a frontal assault without the benefit of feints and other deceptions of the blade.
One important tidtbit is that I was curious about some of the actions that seemed to only serve to bring the dagger into play. I understand that's, yep, it's a dagger and all, but I always think of it as a supporting forte, and if we're in range for the dagger to be the main weapon, then well...it's a much different game and I'm dropping my sword and going CQC.
Don't be afraid to commit to your lunges either, there were quite a few times where a committed lunge would have landed a solid blow.
In all, a nice solid start, keep looking at the guards of rapier and dagger and how the weapons work together, instead of independently. Keep working the footwork and the approach into measure. Practice your feints and hand-parries. The hand parries equate directly with the parries in rapier and dagger. Most importantly, I'll say again, keep practicing feints, feints, feints. Because of the added defense of the dagger, there's very little chance of a first intention landing. Most strikes I've landed have been from a second or third intention (redouble attack, counter, etc) or a feint / double feint.
Here's a vid of me and John from the CSG a while ago, haven't filmed anything recently.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mi8cxiBU ... ature=plcp