OK so here is another video with a bit in the drops
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I'm afraid that doesn't tell us much. It looks like you are not in a "true" drop position. I think rollers are the culprit here. If you have a regular trainer where you don't have to think about balance and can get down and just hammer away that would be better.
You really need to visualize a last lap or 2 attack in a crit or last kilo balls out move in a RR to give us a true visual.
What I am seeing though is a nice straight back regardless of the angle. Once you get dialed in you will look very good.. you might be already but we really have to see it first. Let's put it this way. You look better than Lance ever did already
Proper ositioning basically 3 major points in order of importance IMHO.
1. Comfort and injury prevention
2. Efficiency and power transfer
You can't win in pain and you can't compete if you are hurt. Fortunately 2 and 3 many times fall into place once 1 is achieved.