I see this:
(1) You take your knee to your back shoulder with decent height. This is all good. But you also lean back during your knee lift.
(2) You appear to lead with the hips reasonably well.
(3) You seem to get good separation of hips and shoulders.
(4) You don’t delay shoulder rotation as long as I think you can.
(5) I expect your stride to be longer than it is but your foot seems to plant early (in one of the side views).
(6) Your glove finishes to your side.
(7) You don’t maintain an upright spine into release.
(8) Your chest and chin are behind your front foot at release which means your release point isn’t as close to home plate as it could be.
(9) Your head veers to the left and you fall off to the left.
Ok, some good things and some not-so-good things. So, which of the not-so-good things are causes and which are symptoms?
(9) Falling off to the side is definitely a symptom. Fix the things that affect your posture and balance and this should take care of itself. Make sure you start with a posture that allows you to keep your head on line with the target as long as possible.
(8) Release point is the result of all the mechanics leading up to it so fix the other things and this will take care of itself.
(7) Not maintaining an upright spine into release is also a symptom. This is partly caused by the lean during knee lift, the glove arm finishing to your side, and possibly a lack of functional strength in your lower back.
(6) This is a cause of other problems. The glove finishing to the side is an indication that you pull the glove which can lead to opening up the shoulders early. And that can make it harder to delay shoulder rotation and it can also affect posture and balance.
(5) I feel your stride is a symptom in that it is being caused by the things that cause posture and early shoulder rotation problems.
(4) Not delaying shoulder rotation enough. This is caused by the same causes as (7). Once your posture is ruined, your body is pulled offline from the target. The causes screw up your timing such that it becomes impossible to delay the shoulders.
As you can see, a number of different symptoms are caused by the some of the same causes. In particular, posture and balance, the head and the glove have big impacts on everything.