I'm glad you liked it!
It's totally up to you whether you want to dip a little to "catch" the snatch, or go all the way down into the full squat. Just as long as you get the hips moving up on the triple extension, then down as you get under to catch the dumbbell you'll be OK.
Personally, I'm not a competitive Olympic lifter. Power cleans are great for Strongman training, I think the quick lifts are fun, and I want big traps. I just dip a little. Usually I do cleans and snatches from the hang, or the "power" version of the lifts, without full squats.
I think it's kinda silly to see all these crossfit people, with their socks pulled up super high, doing power snatches with 65pounds, then after catching the bar overhead, dropping into an overhead squat and calling it a full snatch.
The whole idea of the squat snatch is that your lifting so much weight you HAVE to squat under to get it overhead. Not to just add an overhead squat for extra work.
I'm not going to get to the Olympics with this approach, but I've enjoyed adding the quick lifts to my workouts over the years.