Tritium 1.0 was pretty impressive as a crossover. I can tell you put a lot of work and effort into making those masks blend and fit naturally with the surrounding scenery and you managed to tell a relatively simple story through effective scene usage so good work on that!
That being said, I felt there was a dissonance for the majority of the AMV and your flow was really dodgy for a few sections. How to put it.......it's like the AMV feels static? (Like at 1:18) But occasionally it has just the perfect amount of camera movement (like at 0:49) to make it sophisticated and smooth. To me, your cuts didn't seem to match the music at times, in particular when you showed a series of eye narrowing scenes (1:27) to express emotions but they didn't fit with the scenes that came before and after it. The problem isn't with the actual scene itself, it's more to do with how it doesn't harmonize together as a whole and that really detracts from the AMV. There's also a few zoom/blur/cut glitch/hiccups at times which sometimes also destroys the harmony. Nonetheless, the last part of the AMV (2:38 onwards) where the pacing picks up and there's more action that blends together was pretty nice.
Also great job with combining different animes together! I particularly liked the way you integrated Steins;Gate with the abstract clocks and also at 2:06-2:21 at the grave scene. The smoke was a nice addition too. Overall, it was pretty good but not one of my favourites from you. You seem to improve with each AMV though so keep it up!