The hand at about 29 minutes you say you are calling on the turn because you have 4:1. I'm guessing you know you are behind in the hand, at least you probably should. On the river you are drawing to at most 5 outs (3 aces, 2 fives) and your aces might not even be clean. So you're getting 4:1 on your money, but you're like a 9:1 dog. Even if you include the rest of the guys stack in your odds
you're getting 6:1.
My math could be off with some of those numbers but you even say it out loud "I'm getting 4:1 but this guy has no stack". 4:1 odds are good if you actually have some kind of draw, but you're drawing to 5 outs and 4:1 isn't even close to good enough odds for a call there. You probably already know all of this but for some reason small raises seem to really piss you off. People hardly ever bluff with a min raise, unless they are a complete donkey. You turned that pot into a hand where you could have lost $5 into a pot where you lost like $21 dollars because you couldn't fold to a min raise.
Other than those hands where you have gotten min raised so far you're playing really good I think. I'm only about halfway done though so I might have some more things to say.