Sammy, your form is pretty good as it is. Getting to the next level is just a matter of time and practice. You know what is correct form, it's a matter of teaching your muscle memory what is correct. Muscle memory is a slow learner so you have to be patient and enjoy the ride!
It is frustrating sometimes when you shoot well one day and not the next. Mostly it's mastering the pouch release but sometimes it's learning to make some equipment changes too. My game changed when I found the perfect pouch and latex combination. So as much as form practice, you might do well to experiment with different bands. It can make a difference. All part of the fun!
That looks good. If you can or remember the preturn way to attach the trifold band to the frame. This is the way I do the PFS, but works well on OTT aim and anchor.
I see that you have the new Scout XT. Put your regular band on the orange XT and the new band on the newer frame. Shoot 5 or 10 shots at a clean paper target with each. This will tell you which band fits you and works better.
I did this awhile back and you might be surprised when you find the optimized band set.
try something besides those simple shot bands, precise, falcon, snipersling almost anything. I use the simple shot bands cut down to 1/4 - 38 inches for wrap and tuck. For me , thats the best use for them.
Awesome way to look at life, especially when your health isn't that great. I personally try and take my little victories everywhere I can get them. I enjoy hitting those 40 mm spinners! I also try not to pay attention when I miss that 40 mm spinner because I'm shaking too much to Hold Steady... knowing I'll hit it again soon.
Good distractions really help me, between the slingshot, my blowgun, and my new recurve bow I don't have a lot of time to think about the things that are not going great with my health. I got to focus on getting better grouping with that new recurve bow.
Very glad things are moving forward for you even if they're slow.