Hey Mate, here’s my feedback: [G-EPOP]
Be careful with your transition altitudes. 2500 would be alright, but it’s not perfect. One thing to remeber is to take into account the field elevation of the airport when calculating your transition altitudes. You always want to take pattern altitude (1500AGL or AAL in IFATC terms, they are the same thing basically) and the airport elevation and add them together, then round up to the nearest 1000ft, then add 1000 feet. So you gave me 2500, which is just pattern altitude (it’s technically 1556’ AGL, which is why you round up) then added 1000 to get 2500. If you took into account the field elevation of 56’ MSL, you would of probably seen why you round, but for simplicity sake, just take the pattern altitude, round up to the nearest thousand feet, then add another 1000ft to get the transition altitude; dont forget about the airport elevation though!
Other than that, you are a really strong controller in my eyes and are very good at working to stay aware of your airspace and what is going on in it.
Good job today and I hope to see you in IFATC in the near future!