You are welcome Jim.
I looked at your pictures. You can see in the 2nd one down that you invert the foot and have space between the 1st and 2nd toes (from trying to reach medially with your big toe and create a medial leg of your foot tripod). I was not sure you would do well with the 1st ray cutout, as it appears your foot doesn’t have the flexibility. You can also see the toes hammering (ie curling of the toes) to try and maintain some stability of your foot.
The 3rd picture shows your tibial torsion quite nicely, with your knee turned in and the 4th with the knee straight and foot toeing out (increasing the progression angle).
I would love the front and rear view video of your running. with your permission, I would like you to send these and allow us to use your photos from the site to create a teaching case. We will give you and your site full recognition.
Dr Dananberg is top notch. I knew him when I practiced in Gloucester, MA. You are in good hands.