I saw your Rear Wheel Drive video. I'd like to add that I do a combination of both ideas, and always have. Works well for me. I start my swing with more weight on lead side. I give a slight push with my lead leg to get my mass moving to my trail side. Coming down, however, I start by beginning to lean my mass into my lead side again (of course before I reach the top of my back swing). It still feels like my hips are still turning away from the target as this "lean" begins. I feel like I'm moving my left rear pocket toward the target with this lean (and my lead knee starts bending, which gets me a lot lower coming down). It actually feels like I'm falling toward the target a little with my shoulders still turned 90° or more. Like I'm "backing into" it, if you will. Once I feel like momentum has changed fully toward the target, I then push off vigorously with my trail leg. And I naturally keep turning my lead hip back at this point as I pivot around my left leg. It feels very powerful to me this way.
And since I'm getting lower coming down, I automatically turn my hips (bringing my left hip back and up), otherwise I'd slam the club straight into the ground super fat if I just continued laterally.
Good fine tuning of weight shift-subtle but key information of what the feel of the weight shift actually is initiated
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