Thank you for the drill mvmac. I instantly felt what you were talking about.
So the 6" of sleet and snow couldn't slow me down today. I took my wife to the range with me to video until I can get a tripod in an attempt to get some better videos for you guys. Unfortunately, nearly all of the videos were filmed vertically so I apologize for the narrow video, but I did try to follow the positioning tips from the "filming your swing" thread a little more closely. I hope you guys are able to tell a little more from these videos. They were filmed with a much better camera, but the snow and bright sunshine made things a little difficult.
After watching the videos, it appears that my head is still not pointed down enough, but perhaps is a bit better. Also, I was trying to bend my knees slightly more and balance my weight better. I felt like I was playing back on my heels, so I tried to shift forward to balance more weight on the balls of my feet. Anyways, I'll stop rambling and post the videos. Please share any tips or critiques that you notice.
PW DTL: (Other videos are better quality. The editing software I used for this reduced the quality significantly. Apologies.)
7 Iron DTL and Face-On:
5 Iron DTL and Face-On:
Drive DTL: (Wasn't enough room in the stall to do a face-on with the driver)
Thanks again or everyone's help. If these videos aren't sufficient just let me know and I will get you some more. I will be picking up a tripod this week so that I can now film my solo sessions at the range.