I signed up for Evolvr a couple of weeks ago and got my first analysis from James last Monday, who recommended turning my hips more. It's amazing what one little piece of helpful information does to your swing. I got a hitting net at home about a month ago and also used some green masking tape to mark my impact on my clubs. Before the analysis, I was hitting it closer to the hosel - some were shanks - and also really high on the face (the mat I got is pretty plush so my club doesn't bounce and fat/steep shots usually show pretty high on the club face). After I started implementing more hip turn, my contact was more towards the center of the face, which I was really happy to see I think it's because the sequence and timing is better.
It got a lot better after introducing more hip slide from reading the "Sliding you Hips" thread and Erik's camera tripod drill. Also, after looking at some other pro swings to help with my outside takeaway, I just tried to keep my club face close to the ground as much as possible at the start of the back swing. This actually made the club start move towards the inside and it has helped a lot as long as I don't let the club go too far inside.
However, my lower back injury has reared it's ugly face again and now I'm sidelined for the next 2-4 weeks. I can't even bend at the waist without it hurting. So I'm back to taking meds and possibly more physical therapy, but it's a lot less severe than what I had a year ago. Either way, I'm excited with the progress I made in just one week's time after 1 analysis and I can't wait to get back after I recover. What sucks is I just got the Nike Covert and now it's just sitting in my bag teasing me. Just gotta stay patient.