I like this one a lot, Max.
What I would have done differently:
1) Added a period. You have a dollar sign and numbers. It would be the easiest glyph to do.
2) Some letters have the white 'metallic' lines, others don't. I would put metallic lines on all letters in either caps or lower case, and none for the other. As is, there doesn't seem to be a reason why some have them, and some don't. Inverted contours placed on top of your current vectors might allow this to be quickly and easily done. I don't know which font editor you use, but I can do that in ScanFont 3.
I love depth perception, texture, and grey tones in fonts, and sometimes you have all three in one.
I have a 3D font due out soon, all based on Cartesian and Euclidean geometry, to determine the the perspective of the side edges. I just have documentation left to complete.