After gaining 20 losses and 8 draws against Caissad4 I finally won one (kudos to Angela for being so consistently good)
I don't usually play any variations of the french with an early dxe4 because I generally find them either drawish or too restrictive of black and consider it almost a different opening. Being able to play 10... e5 made me sure I had at least an even game to work with since I thought the game line with Bxh6, Qh8 was too aggressive for white.
One spot I'm still analyzing is around black's 17th move. I believed Bf5 would be killer here but realized that ... Bf5, Bxd6!, Qh1+, Ke2, Qxe1+,Rxe1+, Bxe5, Bxe5, cxd6 and white retains a piece advantage. Similarly Bf5, Bxd6, Qh1+, Ke2, Qh5+, g4 (not Qf3?, Bg4!), Bxg4 (Qxg4, QxQ, BxQ, f3), Qxf5, gxf5, Rg1+, Kh2, Rh1, cxd6, Rxh5+, Kxh5, Rg1 and once again white retains an extra bishop.
20 ... Bb5+ was interesting but I believe it just draws after 21. Rd6 (Bd6, Qh1
now f5 begs to be played but I was still trying to prevent Qh3 which was nothing to worry about so perhaps
20... Bb5+ Rd6, Bxd6+ (f5, Bd5+ ) Qxd6 and we're materially equal
The endgame was just a long slog in order to realize my advantage.