Yey! Someone who is letting the horse handle the jumping. You're balanced over your feet, your heels could stand to be better anchored and seem more level than down, but shortening your stirrups a hole would fix that. You're upper body is back where it should be, not jumping ahead. Sure the release is a bit inconsistent, but you've got the right idea of pressing your knuckles into the sides of the neck and just softening your elbows instead of throwing your entire upper body at it.
I also think the horse could use some work on his front end. Jumping low square oxers both alone and one vertical to an oxer in a relatively short one stride combination would help a lot.
You just have to see your distance...you don't have to like it.