Looks like you did good, I tried some plowing last yr and didn't do so good, I never did it before so I don't know what I'm doing.
If I can figure out how to do what you did in the pictures, good enough for me.
How long did it take you to do that start to finish?
If you follow the instructions on the brinly site for setting up the plow and the suggestions on this site you'll get it. I would suggest starting with ground that has been previously worked and start without the coulter, you can add it when you get the plow set if you want/need. Sometimes the coulter will prevent the plow from going into the ground properly. You should come down to the WNY Plow Day and they will have you plowing like a pro in no time. One of the things that made this field tough was that the coulter wouldn't cut threw the weeds so the plow had to rip threw the sod. That makes it pull much harder. This job took me about 4 hours. It took longer because I plowed it all in one direction. The field was on an incline and when I plowed up hill the front end came off the ground a lot. I forgot to bring the 80 lb weight for the front I use when plowing virgin ground. I also took my time, talked to the owner a lot, and took a walk by the man made lake that was down the hill. That's why I don't charge by the hour, I like to take my time and I'm kinda fussy. I wouldn't want the owner to think I'm running up the clock and I like them to know the price upfront. There were also a lot of toads out there for some reason, I had to keep stopping to carry the little buggers to safety.