I really like the concept, but yeah, way too much pushing. Don't get me wrong - I too, am a fan of pushing (and I personally find no-push lines, unless realistically and appropriately done, really fake) but don't feel obligated to push after each landing. If you hit a gap and do a fliptrick right after it, hold off on pushing until after you've hit the fliptrick.
I personally like long lines - I think they are pretty cool, but I agree with jammu about the aimless thing. Your first trick - cut the time between the 180 step up and the slide. These two tricks should be one unit, and the time between both diminishes this. Also, give a lot of thought to your trick selection - you've got some cool stuff here, but it doesn't really feel coherent. I wish I could be more constructive about my criticisms. Overall, though, I really like the concept, and I hope you can make it really shine.
yeah, i was wondering about that myself - bad habit of making sure i was keeping the speed up. you lose it so easily in hardcore. also not too keen on cruising through long sections without pushing as i think it can look a bit robotic. could've lost a couple though.