You can't really beat having a coach, athletes who have been lifting for a decade get constant feedback. Even coaches are usually coached. Have you done a search for coaches via the lifting governing bodies in your area?
Failing that, Wil Fleming is a great coach who does both video and live video (not sure how great that would be, perhaps if you have a HD camera and a super fast internet connection) coaching.
It ain't cheap though. I used to do Oly lifting for 500$ per year. That got me a coach who looked after me and 5 others plus access to (high quality) equipment. That would get you 3 months with Wil and I'm not sure how many vids he'd look at.