I was inspired to learn this after hearing Kevin Loh's YouTube version. It's really darn nice, and he has really become an fantastic guitarist. Such purity.
I have also come to realize that Kevin has an incredible reach. I may be wrong, but I think it's especially his little finger (both length and flexibility) that afford him some fingerings that are unbelievable. For example, in the intro to Tears In Heaven is one part where the bass line goes C#, B, A, G#. Kevin is able to keep the true note values by fretting C# on the 4th string with 4 while playing A on the 3rd with 3. Then when the bass changes to B (played with 2) he is able to keep 3 on A and pivot 4 to D# on the 2nd string, then changing the A on 3 to G# the whole while holding down the B bass and D# melody note. I checked out Kaori Muraji's video of this piece (I believe she made it famous) and even she doesn't do it this way. She fingers it differently and lets go of the B bass in order to fret the G# on the 3rd string coming from the A. I am going to do it her way, because there ain't no way on this green earth that I can do it Kevin Loh's way. There are other examples of his reach/flexibility as well.
I will also say, I actually think Kevin plays this piece more musically and emotionally than Kaori, but she is an excellent guitarist, don't get me wrong. But listening to the two versions, one after the other, I must come to this conclusion.
So Kevin, if you're reading this, I'm a fan and admire your playing and your progress. Like many of us, I have been watching your videos since you were really young and dang, dude, you have really gotten good!