2:00 Table 1 (KQo), raising from this position is marginal, probably better off folding it for now.
4:00 Table 5 (AJ) BvB, no need to bet so much on the flop. You can still get some value out of the hand if he happens to have a PP. Bet $.30 or so. $.50 will probably only get called by Ax and 4x, both small parts of his range, since there's only 2 aces left.
4:40 Table 4/5 (JTo and QTo) Facing a raise, these off-suit broadway cards aren't going to fare all that well if you just call. Especially against MP and LP opens, you aren't really playing them for implied odds value, you're playing them because you think your opponents know where the fold button is (a somewhat dangerous assumption at 10NL)
6:00 Your comment on getting it all in with TT - QQ. Download PokerStove if you don't have it. Figure out what range of hands your opponent needs to have for each one of these (TT, JJ, and QQ) to have positive equity, if you get it all in preflop. You'll probably be surprised. =P
6:30 Table 2 (AJo) Fold this in EP. Raise first in from MP if players to your left are tight. Raise first in always in LP.
10:00 Table 2 (T8o) When stealing, you need to be aware of a couple things. First is stack sizes of the blinds. You don't really want a PF raise + flop c-bet to commit someone when you have air. A way to counter that is to make your steal sizes smaller. 3x or even 2x is good when the blinds are short stacked. Second is the post-flop tendencies of the blinds. If they are calling stations, don't bother stealing light. Tighten up your BTN opening range and value bet the **** out of them. If they are tight fit-or-fold nits, then open a wide range. Definitely follow up though if you're gonna steal. I'll just say this: there are way more situations I'll c-bet after stealing than situations I'll check behind after stealing.
15:00 Table 1/3 (weak offsuit aces in the blinds vs a limper) Be careful with these weak offsuit aces. Could turn into some pretty ugly reverse implied odds. Plus I think the one hand you had the option of checking.
16:00 Table 1 (T8o) BvB. This guy is running 31/6. I'm not really interested in stealing blinds from someone who's gonna be calling me, AND I'm gonna be OOP the whole time. No problem with just folding pre. But as played, like you said...definitely betting the flop.
16:45 Table 2 (A9s) Resteal attempt against BTN open. This guy is 7/3. I'm restealing for value with my big hands, and my dominated aces I'm gonna be folding.
17:15 Table 1 (AKo) You get 4-bet by a player who is OOP. AK is no good and this is applicable to levels beyond just 10NL. Out of his entire 4-bet range, AQ or worse and QQ or worse are pretty much at the bottom. Everything else has you in bad shape (or tied in the case of AK, but I don't think this is AK that often at 10NL). Another reason to fold, you get very little value from hands that you have beat if you flop an A or K, but you'll get stacked by AA and KK if you flop an A or K.
19:00 Table 2 (JJ) People's 3-bet range at 10NL is so ridiculously small, you can probably fold this pre. Even if you are ahead of hands like AK/AQ/KQ/random ass bluff, you'll often get bet off your hand post-flop. You're better off folding pre, especially against a player who's only opening 5% of hands. 4-betting is just spew because he's only getting it in with hands that beat JJ.
29:00 Table 2 (T5o) Don't feel like you have to win every pot. Small, multi-way limped pots are not really worth bluffing at. Remember the object of NLHE, win stacks
, not pots
30:00 Table 4 (88) K high board, you get donked into for most of the pot. What does your raise accomplish? Are you ever getting called by worse on this board if you raise? Raising for information is a good way to blow a lot of money quickly. You raised to $2 and he raised back pretty quickly. So you spent $2 to find out you were beat. If you just called the flop, he's probably not ever double barreling w/o Kx, so you'll find out for $.50 what you found out on the flop for $2. But IMO, you should be folding the flop; this is gonna be Kx or better more often than not.
Overall comments: I think your aggression is good, but you need to tone it down and know when to use it. Think about ranges when you are deciding to raise or not. Think about where your value in the hand comes from, if there is value at all. And remember that raising in position for information is spew.
For bet sizing, read Split's Pooh Bah Post
For study on getting yourself in profitable situations and avoiding situations where you aren't sure what to do, read PSA Exploiting Your Strengths
, a thread I wrote recently.