I finally had a chance to give it a spin… great arrangement Ben! I like the highlighting for thumbs and leaving the fingers unmarked (unless there is a “magic” way to do something). I am a pinkie planter and three finger alternating bass type of player, and I generally ignore right hand fingerings 99% of the time, but the highlighting for thumb makes it easier to read.
Regarding how hard to make things, I think it’s a good level. I think it is important to offer different levels of songs and you do that. Once one has played a wee little bit, they can add stuff or water it down to their liking and ability.
As far as the F hammer-ons, I can’t tell you what I am doing, but the hammer on works ok for me. The best advice I can give is keep doing it and it will work out (terrible advice, but it’s all I got). Unfortunately I am having to concentrate and work to get the barre solid on the first fret of the D string. In an F shape that is usually not in play as I would have the 3rd fret F going. I didn’t even realize I had a hole in my barre I can also cover the F measures by wrapping the thumb instead of a barre F, but it didn’t make it particularly easier for me (just different). It might be worth a shot for any who aren’t making headway on the hammer-on.
Ben, your arrangements and content production keep getting better and better. Awesome job!