Thanks Mike! I will work on weakening the grip. I watched the video you linked, makes sense. Only thing I am worried about is if I weaken the grip is my swing path going to move more out to in? I think it is in to out now, but not as much as I would like it to be? I think I have a small over the top move to start the down swing, and than drop the club under at the end of my down swing to try and get the swing path in to out. Is that what it looks like to you? I like to play a push draw, correct me if I'm wrong, but the difference between a push and a push draw is that my swing path isn't enough in to out. Thanks again Mike.
My take would be that you are weakening your grip in order to get to neutral or slightly strong. An actual weak grip could cause some path, Key #3 issues.
Here's what I see with your swing. Weight gets too far back on your heels and causes you to load the shaft too shallow. You go "shallow" to "steep".
A3 on the left, A5 on the right
Below, note the weight is more in the center of the foot, helping the club load "steeper". So I would suggest feeling the weight more on your toes in order to find a happy medium for now. Also stick the butt out less, tailbone will feel a little "tucked" at address.