Nice man! I still practice it from time to time but I haven't really shaved any time off. I always mess up the red coat split and lose a ton of time. I'm only floating around 1:30:00 time which is terrible lol
yah i always forget which one drops health. im pretty sure its scripted so its always the same ones on the same waves but it seems that its every odd wave has a health drop in there somewhere. If you aren't planning on playing your game through OBS or the capture card program then you could get the elgatoHD60. I bought the elgatoHD60S recently and I can play through the capture software but there is a very slight delay. it can be kind of noticeable on certain parts that require very precise inputs. it is kind of pricey. You could just type that into amazon or google and see. I own both models and I think either is a good buy depending on what you want out of it.
actually check out gvirus's video on the leaderboards. He has a controller display on his video and you can see how his button presses are.
You definitely have a much better time than me so I'm not sure if I have room to give advice. I found what works is getting hit as you fall down seems to kind of allow you to reset your teleport. I try to get one of the sentries do hang right under the damage point and physically land on it while spamming jump and attack at the same time and teleport up or any direction you need. It seems to work for me by physically hitting the bots and not getting shot. Hope that helps
I did my run on the switch because its nice to be able to practice everywhere. I use an elgato hd60s capture card to record it so it does require spending some money and using something like obs or the capture card software to do it.