Thanks for the mixed opinions. Personally, I think my wrists are slightly crooked, which is only a good thing. Keeping the forearm/wrist angle completely straight would be downright impossible and it would wreck the exercise. I accept and think a slight angle is still good. The barbell goes very close to elbowlines aswell.
About the grip. It was a little affiliated with that little cue that you forearms should be vertical in the bottom(like Doc said), but I think it has slowly morphed into my likings. This is the grip I always take these days, and feels the most comfortable. No doubt, I will still try wider and narrower next time on the bench, we'll see about that.
Anyhow, I also filmed the Squats. Both, Back and front. I didn't really worry about these. I have great mobility and I've always been strong on squats. There shouldn't be much wrong on the form. Maybe the slight remark of moving hips before the knees when going down. Maybe I should look a little into that. But anyway, check it out and see if I'm wrong. The weight was very light on back squats, but a bit harder on the front ones. (70kg) Oh yeah, I had a balance loss on the first back squat, nevermind that. Mostly a consentration issue.
Here are still pictures for the lazy and unable people. I kid, but still. Top, midway and bottom positions.
EDIT: The back squats are totally missing the elbows forward phase, they are too far back. Maybe the weight was too light to consentrate on that issue. I wasn't about to fall forward.