Here’s what I notice:
(1) You lean forward toward home plate at the start of your knee lift and you raise your throwing elbow up very high causing he shoulders to tilt toward home plate. You head follows your shoulder tile. You don’t want your head and shoulders to get in front of your hips.
(2) At the start of your stride your upper half leans waaaaaay back toward 2B. The result is there is no way to lead with your front hip into your stride. Instead, you lead with the front foot. And it also seems to introduce a hesitation in your delivery because it takes time for your upper half to lean way back and then catch back up.
(3) You don’t really get your hips going forward until after your knee has peaked and is on its way back down. I don’t think this is what Mills (or House) has in mind.
(4) Because of your posture issue (2) above, your weight stays back which brings into question the effectiveness of your hip rotation. And your release point remains well behind where it could be.
(5) Right before release, your glove flies out to the side. This motion could cause you to open up early. It also probably leads to your leaning to the glove side. If that is done prior to release, it will pull your release point back and make it more inconsistent.