Sorry if I came in too cocky when saying that. You're the professional after all, I should know better than to come in that tone. However I would like to discuss a bit about what you showed and what you're saying, because there are inconsistencies between those and what I know.
The thing with paellas is that it is a dish that has become widely known all over the world and, as every dish that trascends a border, it tends to change. Sometimes the recipe for what may be called a paella on (eg) Tunysia may be unrecognizeable as a paella in Spain. Precisely, I have not ever known of a paella that simply uses chorizo and tomatoes. In fact when I have heard of paellas that use chorizo or pork in general; it is mostly in jokes and or insults, never taken seriously. In spain you would have to add chicken and hare to make it resemble what they think of when they think of a paella (at least accordig to my experience). So in that sense, even if your meal seems tasty as hell and I agree that sometimes the simplest recipe works better; I can't really see the spanish style on that dish. Actually I can't see chorizo in that dish. I can only see what I believe are chistorras. So give me your take on this, please.