@uj_6strings: Thanks dude! As for ur question, Economy picking is good for EVERYTHING, let alone string skipping. Some ppl like Paul Gilbert wont use anything except alternate picking. Its solely ur own personal choice. Suit urself.
And the other question, place ur pinky on A string, 5th fret, place ur ring finger on 4th fret D string, place ur index on G string 2nd fret, middle finger on 3rd fret, B string, and when ur done with the G string, shift ur index to 2nd fret e string. Now hit the A string with a downward stroke, and after the attack, let go of the pressure ur pinky has on the A string, but leave the pinky there till the note dies. Same happens with the other strings. Each string is handled by different finger. If u get a little bit of sustain, as will happen with the G & e strings if u barre them with ur index, its alright. There shouldn't be any sustain AFTER the last note has been hit. The way u got it is wayyy too fast. Someone capable of doing that wouldn't be reading this lesson! Peace.
Its good to know someone actually read my work. Waiting for more feedback or requests.