I usually don't care about small problems, even when they're obvious, like adjacency losses. Making small misplays is bad, but usually it's a single huge misplay that loses the entire game. In this case there were several misplays by both players, first offering up an opening, and then failing to take advantage of that opening. I don't remember much, but pb noted most of them in his stream. I'll take some notes when I watch Seilore vs Cubit. I was really nerve-wracked in game 1, seeing that the game could go either way at any moment. In comparison, I thought game 2 was more reasonable, and game 3 seems to have been GW unfortunately not knowing the doubled fuel cost.
Other than the cold fusion auction, your noted problems on game 1 weren't big deals at all. Misclicks and overlooks are ok, it's just a small increase in shipping.
Wino's nuke on the solar panel surprised me a lot.
Taking high aluminum vs medium aluminum/medium silicon, I also like the high unless I want to commit to 2-3 aluminum tiles, but it's a weak preference. I'd only go for the combo tiles if I had tiles to spare. I don't remember if that was the case in your game, but I remember that at the time, I would have also gone high aluminum as the easy-to-think-about option.
I also didn't agree with pb about the nuke in game 2, but he might be right about it, I don't know. If you gooned your iron and nuked his and a war starts, then all his steel mills are dead, that's 4 tiles down at the cost of holding an iron stockpile, a nuke, and a goon. This comes when the steel bottom arrives. In retrospect, pb could be correct, but I wouldn't have been able to figure all that out in real-time, and I wouldn't have nuked.
There were wind turbines, failing to take advantage of aluminum shorts, two adjacent hacker arrays, no spies on the hacker arrays. I think pb pointed out most of these. I disagreed with pb that the player with more aluminum could take advantage of a short better, he was switching between you and both had over 200, so it was really just who sold out first...For the carbon short, I can easily see why holding some cash in reserve is worthwhile, you didn't know he was out of carbon. I don't think I would have known about my opponent's lack of carbon either without seeing that number explicitly.
I might have gone into farms as well, I wasn't paying much attention to the stream then out of frustration.
I don't consider a misclick for glass furnaces to be a game-losing problem, it's very recoverable.