Deadlift is my problem/unicorn lift too. I finally threw in the towel on BB deadlifts and now exclusively use the trap bar. Not saying that’s what you should do.
I agree with @oldbeancam you can probably benefit by dropping your hips just a tad to get more quad in the push from the floor. Perhaps play with sitting back a touch as well. These are subtle changes, not big changes. Your DL form looks good, but you are all back pull. Not that that is bad, but if you can distribute the load some, it may help.
I deadlifted a lot like you. Really good form on anything under about 80%, but when it started to get heavy, shit caved in. I tried everything. High hips (Rip style, which you seem to adhere to), low hips, etc.
I kept getting injured as I was nearing new maxes. I was losing precious training time, when I never intended to compete. So I switched to trap bar and all is good. Everything stacks up, feels natural and form holds even on max attempts. No injuries in a long while.
DL is a bitch.