I know it's not video, but I wanted to give a minor update:
I've been practicing probably 4-5 times per week over the past couple months. Working on things like hip slide, club lag, secondary tilt, etc. Even when I make progress, it seems to be at the expense of remembering to release the club. So when I take it to the course, I end up either hitting good shots or completing shanking the ball 90 degrees right of my target line, often off the hosel. The past 1.5 weeks I've been working exclusively on releasing the club, and noticed some real progress that I've been able to take to the course. Good timing, too, because I had a tournament coming up this week.
Today I played in my club's 3rd tournament of the year, which also happened to be an NCGA qualifier, with 4 spots open for qualifying. Because I've been struggling with these swing changes/tweaks, my handicap has ballooned from a 12 to a 16. In the first two tournaments of the year, I posted scores in the high 90s. Today, I posted an 86 and ended up 2nd in my flight, and won a spot in the NCGA qualifier.
This is the first time I've posted anything under 90 in a tournament setting. I actually drove it pretty good and hit my wedges well, which I had been struggling with. In fact, I hit my first ever legitimate 310+ yard drive today. It was downwind of course (about 1 full-club length worth), but the only other two times I drove it that far was once when the fairway was about 75 feet below the tee box, and another time when I got 2-3 cart path bounces. This time I just nailed it, downwind.
I drove it pretty well all day, but the irons were still pretty average/below-average. But much better than they have been lately. I'm looking to buy a camcorder within the next 6-8 weeks, and my goal is to post some video before the qualifying tournament on May 10th.