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@ross-hat, I am rather late to this thread. As Steve W mentioned, re-patterning your hinge/DL is the big step. One obvious thing I noticed, which you can potentially use as a diagnostic is to keep the shoulders above the mid-foot when you deadlift. As you can see from the screengrab - your shoulders are well in front of your midfoot. More knee bend, a deeper hinge, more hip - all the corrections mentioned in this thread should result in shoulders above mid-foot.
Excellent analysis point. I think a lot of times we suggest "a deeper hinge" but this alignment is actually what we're after. Thanks for that observation.