I think the feel in this video is exactly what you're describing.
For a rH golfer correct hinge is through pushing downward with your left palm- those who hinge by pulling with the right are starting a poor chain reaction of events- remember the LH is supposed to be the dominant one in the Gold swing
I believe the weight of the club hinges your wrist. Shoulder starts the swing. I'm more into a more natural swinging motion without thinking about the small details, though.
The push down with my left palm works phenomenally for me to get into a great position with my irons and wedges, it helps me shorten my swing, get rid of sloppy over swing and maintain width...
With fairway woods and driver it is a freaking disaster though I get set too soon and lose all my rhythm. With my woods I actually try to have the feeling of absolutely no wrist cocking. I just try to keep my arms as long as possible and I end up at parallel at the top with a full wrist ****.
From a feeling perspective it is the biggest difference in my woods and irons... If I try the same move with both I can barely hit the ball.