In case anyone is interested, after working on all the feed back I've been given, I did reduce the amount of pop ups I was having, but, I had to fight so hard to keep the ball down it was ridiculous!
I dragged my old driver (taylormade superfast 9.5 dog stiff shaft) out of retirement and haven't had skied a ball since, I've played 4 rounds of golf. I did read some pro reviews of my other driver (aero burner 9.5 stiff) and they did all day it went high for them and gave them a little too much spin.
Im surprised, but it turns out, it might have just been the club? Seems odd that it would make that much difference what with it being the same shaft weight and face angle.
Thanks for sll uour help, the shoulder angle tip has really improved my ball striking with all my clubs.
Very last swing looks good. But like Erik said, you need a FO pic to determine some of the important things like backswing sway, and it appears you're dipping your head just before the transition which can be indicative of improper weight transfer.
Still early extending and swing is a little disconnected regarding the upper and lower body. Try to feel like your upper body hangs and waits on the lower body to initiate it. The swing is one chain of events and your upper body initiating its own separate movement will throw off the end result. But definitely a lot better than the first swing vid.
Personally id prioritize coordinating the hips leading and upper body following before I did anything else.