Problems with coming in in the middle of things after a while away: irrelevant mindset.
1. It's had to figure out whether "bass, "low" "deep", etc. all go together in every languague, even in every language which has ready access on the net, since the ones I know well enough to figure out are all in the Europen frame and the ones I don't know either give definitions in the same language (so unreadable) or in English (so useless). I don't see the "natural" connection, but there may well be one. For now, I guess tp is a language in the European tradition, to be expanded if new data comes in.
3. 'S1 la S2' is equally "When S1 then S2", literally "on the condition that S1, then S2", however that conditioning may be defined.
4. The only theoretical problem with yours is the "put the basic sort of thing first" principle and what you have is not two wheels but a thing with two wheels. Not sure how firm the principle is, though.
5. The no 'mute'-yes 'mute' is traditional, but 'kin' does work in some mysterious way.
6. We don't do well on the dimensions of 'suli' (etc.) I suppose they are 'sinpin' (high, tall and no deep) and 'supa' (long, wide, thick -- no distinction and no deep again), not to mention the non-spatial dimensions, When it b3ecomes a problem, a solution will emerge, I hope.
7. I confess I used your notes on this. "wild" for people tends to be 'jan soweli' and for animals 'soweli pi tomo ala', with some random 'jan (pi tan) nena' and the like.
8. Yeah, it doesn't seem worthwhile to create a word for dustbins ('poki weka' for starters) and then for their lids (no ideas).
9. Not bad for "carefully"
10. Mindset. I forget the basic meaning in favor of the usual application.
Yes, it's looking pretty good at this point.