Very good. If you plan on continuing your dual-operator endeavors, practice communication between one another and smooth drone and camera moves.
Did this last month:
My business partner and I have been flying dual-operator since the genesis of the Inspire 1. It really is a great way to get cinematic shots that would either be much more difficult as single operator or flat-out impossible. It's certainly much safer, as it allows the cinematographer to concentrate on getting the shot while the pilot flies LOS. We made some good money in the film industry until we both kind of lost interest in that market.
If you notice @ 1:52, the compound shot is a pan left while rotating the camera counter-clockwise. Your average viewer wouldn't notice that the camera is rotating, but I think it really adds an element of cinematography to the shot. This shot is literally impossible with any single operator drone available on the market today.