Really nice swing.
Considering that your misses are over hooks and straight pushes, you can, at times approach the ball too much from the inside. This is happening, in part, because your right knee increases it's flex in the backswing, which gets you in a position at the top, with not enough tilt to your left side (shoulder center too far back). You have an excellent forward move with your legs and hips. However, if you approach the ball with forward legs and a too far back shoulder center, you can tend to approach the ball too much from the inside resulting in overdraws and straight pushes.
Also, work on maintaining the "flying wedge" longer. I notice that your hands rotate quickly after impact. I hypothesize that if you do this a fraction early, depending on where it happens, you'll get a straight push or an overdraw.
Other thing I notice:
The flex in your right knee increases in your backswing (your right knee is more flexed at the top of the backswing than it is at address)
Try making backswings with your right knee lessening it's flex. This should improve your turn (will get your shoulder center more forward at the top of the backswing and at impact) and keep your hips on a better backswing plane.