I've come to find my form is not all that great MOST of the time. I have good form sometimes, but most times not. It's hard to explain what I do, but let me try.
1) I hold the bar with a slightly wider than shoulder-width grip and my legs touching my arms.
2) I keep the bar close to my shins and start bringing it up.
3) When it gets just under my "stuff" I give a little hip pop and thrust the bar up. This usually results in me "jumping" when I am using less weight. Then, I don't drop as far.
4) I then drop into a deep squat position and get under the bar. My elbows are up so high that when I remove my arms and put them out in front, the bar lies across my collar area (bad description but I think you get the point).
All of this is explosive and I wish I could give a video, but I lack equipment.
When the weight gets too heavy my legs start spreading out much wider than shoulder-width.
I am now realizing everything I am doing wrong. What's sad is that everyone at my school, EVERYONE, does it wrong and similar to me. Yet most kids can get up really heavy weights. We have a 5'2" or 5'3" CB who weighs about 110 and can PC 200+, but his form is just like mine.
I can't wait to hear comments on this.