Matt, I'd recommend that you take the advice already given in this thread.
1.) Post #3 and #6. You need to have more waist bend - and perhaps knee bend at address. This will help you with your spine angle or inclination to the ground.
2.) Once you add more waist bend - and get your inclination to the ground consistent through the swing... You will notice that your left shoulder turn will be more vertical - steeper - going under your chin. Currently in your face-on views - your shoulder turn is far too shallow - horizontal - or flat. Again, getting the proper inclination to the ground at address - and maintaining that inclination will greatly improve your turn and takeaway. Helping you get the club shaft on plane in both the backswing and downswing.
3.) Again - going back to Post #6... Watch the video. Listen to the instruction. It is very sound advice. And highlights the left shoulder and how it should turn down and under your chin in the takeaway.
4.) As Erik pointed out... Your upper torso turns too far. The biggest issue with this in your swing is that it leads the club to cross the plane at the top of the backswing. When you cross the plane - that means that on the downswing - you are going to have to work harder with timing and adding compensations to get the club back on plane - so that you can make clean contact. Ultimately, this leads to inconsistent golf.
Here is a video by Michael Breed which talks about crossing the plane - again - you're turning too much which leads to the club crossing the plane at the top.
You really should not complain about the advice given here... It is free advice. And the fact is - the advice prior to Erik stepping in was sound advice. But you have ignored it. My advice is that you take some of the free instructional tips here... And put them to work. Film yourself working on these changes, which leads to more discussion. Don't just come on here looking for guys to engage in formal instruction without showing you are working on incorporating some of these changes.
Lastly, you look like a pretty athletic, healthy, strong guy. So I think you could play some decent golf - but you gotta put the work in.