You clearly know your way around the fretboard and you have a lot of different tools and phrasing ideas. There are a few tings that I think of… first off, the guitar is slightly out of tune (too low in pitch), especially the G string. This makes it almost impossible for anyone to sound really good.
The other thing is that phrases have this kind of insecurity to them and I think a lot of that boils down to the fact that there seldom are sustained ending notes that makes your playing breath. The ending of a phrase is what sells the phrase and a convincing note with a good solid vibrato is key. Listen to any “good” shredder… Yngwie, PG, Guthrie… all of them have great vibratos and you feel that there are tension and release within their phrases.
Also, intonation in bends is superimportant. Otherwise it’s like a singer with bad pitch. And this goes together with micro bending and ornamentation that makes notes and phrases come alive.
One last thing is phrasing and it has a lot to do with those sustained notes that makes the playing breath. If you listen to in carefully, can you really tell when each phrase is ended and the next one starts? In the beginning it better, but as you go further you loose that a little bit. So I don’t think you have any problems with having to few licks or ideas, it’s more about really listening for the overall expression. Think like a singer. Play phrases like it was you singing them. I like to think that one phrase shouldn’t be longer that what you can express in one breath.
Good luck and thanks for your post.