Just finished watching the second instalment, very nice job, keep it up!
It would be cool if, as you are commenting the battle, you could throw in bits and pieces about how this mod is different (and thus way better) than vanilla, things that are implicit to you as an experienced player, but that might be very useful for new players and also spark the interest in the mod to a broader audience.
For example, reminding viewers about marching on roads for speed, importance of scouting, what LoC battles are and how they are played*, the strengths and weaknesses of each type of infantry/cavalry, the strengths and weaknesses of each faction and maybe how to use them to one's advantage, importance of co-operation in MP battles and synchronised actions, how to differentiate between unit abilities (what L1, L2, G3, G4, C7, C8, F, H means). Then, as the situation presents itself in the replay, you could discuss a bit different tactics you observe or that might have been successfully applied (you already do this), such as good/bad use of grenadiers/cavalry/light infantry (and why it was good or bad), classic manoeuvres like hammer-and-anvil, outflanking and rolling /folding the flank etc. Historical notes (maybe about specific battles or units) are also always a nice plus, and will likely highlight how accurate & immersive this mod makes the game.
This is mostly stuff to pad up the actual battle commentary, which is enjoyable and easy to follow, so good job there!
*it helps when watching a video to know what the objectives are for both teams, to better follow why the players are deploying or manoeuvring this or that way