Other than a upper body being a little too folded, (which you already know) looks good to me. I'm having issues jumping these days, so I'm basically just giving you a friendly bump so others can critique.
Okay just going out on a limb here but I don't think your too folded. In my hunt seat eq. Book George morris says your upper body should be approx. Parallel to you horses neck which I think you body is fairly parallel! But experts feel free to correct me if im wrong!
I like everything I see, just fine. You look like you could start working towards the auto release, but I have no problems with the release I see. I like that your hands aren't pressed onto the TOP of the crest, which is a pet peeve of mine. On the sides of the crest is just fine. If the horse was to need more rein, you would be able to give it. Could the rein be a tad bit longer allowing the hand to come further back? Sure. But still have no major problem.
Seat ....right above the center of the seat, neither too high or too low
Back...nice and flat. Neither roached or arched.
Not too far forward. You are flowing very nicely with your horse. If you were a little less flexed, you would still be fine
The only thing I'm noticing that you might tweak is the tension in your shoulders. They look raised and slightly drawn inward (could be my un-calibrated eyeballs though), but you could soften and open them. I always find myself pulling my shoulders up to my ears and letting them roll back down, elbows lightly touching my sides, and then bring my forearms down. I carry all my stress and tension in my shoulders so it's something I've had to work on in the past specifically.