First off--Awesome job overall--Justin, you are amazing! I can't believe I just stumbled on your web site from learning and searching songs on the internet.
Re: corrections, On California Dreamin', I was looking at one of your songbooks (I have several, not sure which has this song) too literally and thought the F chord was actually a full measure (above "I've been for a.."), and I just kept trying to force it to be one measure. Then I got the sheet music and clearly saw what was going on with the E7 continuing into that measure for half of it. It was really odd that I wanted to play what I saw and kept listening carefully to try to 'make it fit,' but couldn't 'get it.' I had no problem playing any other part of the song and bought the sheet music to see exactly why I was having problems. Better players would have just figured it out I suppose, but, hey, I can play it after a couple of weeks, so I am not a beginner and seem like a 'target' demographic: people who can learn basic songs in a couple of weeks or a month if they aren't too complicated. Please, on an future revision, consider being spot on with the chords over the lyrics or just skip it like in "Talking About A Revolution." I had no trouble with the latter when I found a play through online. (Again, I have been an advocate for play throughs on all songs to help people who don't have much time but want to learn songs quickly. I think beginners and intermediate players like me would pay for play throughs, especially when the original songs are loaded with effects, layers of vocals, or the original arrangements are different than those you are providing. I learn songs by playing with originals or play throughs to get the singing and playing down; otherwise, I'd be creating my own versions of the songs too easily by morphing them to fit whatever I was 'looking at,' especially at transition points or places where the vocal lines are quite at odds rhythmically with the guitar parts.)
Finally, thanks for all the great work you've done to help other people learn to play, coming at it from so many different angles! I've gotten more ideas and inspiration from your site than all the rest--including some other great sites.