I've watched all of the productions that Stratford and The Globe have streamed so far except the Globe's "Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank" version of Macbeth. I'll watch that later. I did not watch the R&J when they streamed it but I've seen it before and have it on DVD.
I enjoyed that Coriolanus very much and thought that the Tempest was the best filmed version of that play that I have seen, although there are some famous ones that I haven't seen yet including the Globe version with Roger Allam, which I have on DVD but have yet to watch. Maybe I'll get to that one soon. Allam was my favorite Falstaff (although that production was uneven).
I'm okay with a female Prospero but she should be called "Prospera." That's cool that Miranda responded to you, she really made something out of a role that can easily be overshadowed by the other characters.
On the other hand I did not care for the Hamlet with Michelle Terry. I know she's artistic director of The Globe now, and she's been wonderful in the comedies I've seen her in, but that production was full of bad decisions IMHO.
I know that Timon is coming up this week. I'll watch it. Maybe it will change my mind about the play, but I'm not holding my breath.