Nice work with the backswing pieces, looks a lot better. Erik and I talked and we agree with the changes you can make on the downswing.
So the head goes too far forward from A4-6, especially with the driver. Because the head is too far forward, spine is too vertical, you have to uncock your wrists at a fast rate and pull the elbows apart to try and shallow things out. This is where a lot of those thin shots come from.
So the feeling is that you "press" into your left foot as the head stays steady. For you it might even feel like the head moves back to keep it centered. This will allow you create more axis tilt (green line). More axis tilt will help you launch it higher and slow the rate that the wrists uncock, preserve more "lag".
The second part of this feel is the arms working more "in front of you" rather than around you on the followthrough. Might also feel like the arms are "flying" off your chest. You'll find this much easier to do by keeping the head steady.
Note how much higher the hands are on the right and the pitch of the shoulder. You hands are lower with level shoulders.
I would practice this whole sequence in slow motion, transferring with the head steady, then having the arms exit higher and less around you. This is going to be a very important piece to start hitting it higher, more in the center of the face.