Thanks for asking! My Blake swing is technically at its best but my total game needs improving. This spring and early summer hasn't given me much opportunity to work on my game but hopefully the rest of the season will be more 'golfable'.
Yesterday I saw my best drives ever which is a really good piece of news when you're closer to seventy than sixty! The one decisive feature of that result is my hand action. I am really creating that V-angle by screwing my right hand's middle fingers on to the shaft. This enables me to close the club face on the backswing. There is nothing new in this feature but what I hadn't realised before was the need to maintain the angle with a really firm grip through impact. By doing so you won't lose power as you would if you have an indifferent grip or trying to make a drop shot in tennis when you certainly would use a soft wrist.
My short game is thriving and I certainly put with my legs as described by Richard. One odd thing is that I started using the open stance even before reading Blake's second book where he introduced his open stance on all shots. I've found that on long putts I do guage distance more effectively and that when you motor the swing with your legs your long putts will go straighter with less effort. Now, I use a long putter up the inside of my lead arm, grip secured by both index fingers along the shaft. I don't beleive in the pendulum, but use one third backwards and two thirds forwards.