Watching Villegas swing is like watching a great archer draw back a bow. Slowly loading, then exploding. Amazing power, but a control of impact that is better than even most tour players. Definitely slower than the average tour tempo, and decidedly steep in the backswing, his transition and movement into impact are something to marvel at, and the result is his superior shot-making ability. My guess is that eventually he points the club more left (on plane as opposed to crossed) at the top. It doesn’t look as crossed as it is because it’s so short of parallel.