I don't have any quality way to get a video
99% of the videos on this site are with a camera phone in a cell phone. It works great. You can either play a little with distance from you, or get a stand for $10 at a best buy type store. Its worth it, every dollar. I was a 15-17 hdcp when i started regularly videotaping my swing. I was flipping like crazy. You never could have convinced me i was flipping without those videos.
Like I said, I don't agree with everything, but the idea of the swing originating with the right arm pushing, instead of the left side/hips pulling, is a huge difference in FEEL and is working very well.
Fair enough, and I am glad you are getting better. However, while it might feel like this will be perfect forever right now, its going to stop working. Its human nature - if a little right arm push is good, a lot of right arm push is better, right? Swing tips are like that. They work bc its letting you feel something new, but its very difficult to *build* on something like this. If you don't know *why* the right arm push is working (for example, you clearly don't agree with that diagram about where the weight is, or about the sweet spot path going way outside - so you obviously don't agree with the larger "building blocks" of this swing) then you are going to play well for a week or two, then go back to where you were before.
The key is to get an understanding of *why* certain feels are working, and that is easiest done on video. Is it working b/c its getting your weight forward? Or because it gives you a better sense of clubface control?
Think about what you are going to have to do to improve your swing beyond now. You are going to have to think about something else, work on something else, groove something else. If you don't understand *why* this feel works for you, then you are going to jump from tip to tip. Its not a good way to get better at golf.
Anyway, I don't want to be negative nancy here, but i also don't want to see you get ahead of yourself. The "why" is much more important than the "what". I'd figure out a way to figure out why this works for you (video, slower, shorter swings, etc...) so that you can build a swing out of it instead of just rely on it to play a little better for a little while.
There are alot of swing "theories" that work and can produce good players. However, the key is *understanding* NOT *duplication*. As usual, my $0.02.