Ahhh the elusive right pitched elbow. I feel your pain brother. I feel your pain!!
On the right pocket placement comment, go back to the posterior view model in my swing thread, which Mvmac references. And you will see the right pocket goes toward the target on the backswing (right leg straightening)... This is when you are getting extension in the backswing... And then you regain flexion on the downswing. Not sure if Evolvr is working with you on extension in the backswing? Or what? But sounds like they want you to get more extension with a pitched elbow in the backswing which makes sense to me.
PS. It looked like you murdered the ball on that iron shot.
It's going to take awhile to get used to ... you can see in the video that even though I'm in a better position at the top while holding it, as soon as I go into the pump drill, I almost immediately revert back to that flatter turn with the right elbow sticking way out.
No, it's not more extension they want from me. You can't see it from DTL, but my head starts going towards the target, then in the downswing it starts going back. Staying in flexion longer should keep my head from going forward ... and thus obviously from having to come back during the downswing. This is my Key #1 stuff obviously. But what I'm wondering is how the right pocket going towards the target (and thus away from my right foot) will make it easier to stay in flexion longer. Seems like that would produce the opposite effect.
I will go look through your thread for some info. Thanks!
P.S. I tried out that new app yesterday also. It's pretty cool ... and I think I will really like it once I understand what I'm looking at.