OK, here are the vids I was able to take (with sound!).
I figured out that the MS Vista has a glitch that it does not play sound on .avi files, which is what my GoPro camera shoots in http://www.goprocamera.com/index3.htm
This first vid is from a morning session, I think, where I shot David and Jim at the beginning of the session. Jim just took off and went all out it seems (it's nice to have tire warmers). I stayed back with David to at least capture him for the first lap, then pull into hot pit to make sure the d*mn camera was working! It kept shutting off on me from the vibrations of my bike, but I exchanged it the next day, and the new one works just fine, so it looks like the cam I had this day was just a lemon.
Anyway, here's David:
After shooting David, I swapped the GoPro camera to my rear mount, and waited about a minute to wait for Jim to get a little bit around the track. I timed it perfectly, so he came up behind me about 30 seconds after I got onto the track!
Later in the day, I finally got a session where the camera worked again, and I was able to capture this sequence. I believe this was the 1:00, or maybe 2:00 session. You will see the Instructors fly past me about halfway into the vid. This one's about 8 minutes long, since I already got Jim and David on vid, so I just rode and did my thing. I am noticably quicker than then I was in the morning, but I can immediately notice that I'm still being somewhat reserved and cautious.
Here's me (or least my view):
Now that I got a replacement camera that works, I'll hopefully get more vids to share and study. Having a video camera is an excellent way to improve your skills, as well as note where you need to improve!! I highly recommend getting one.