I like Crossfield for his raw view on swing data as he calls it all how it is - although the way he does it sometimes probably infuriates people. Not much interest in his Daily Vlogs but the course vlogs are always entertaining.
Shiels is good for his club reviews but if you watch Crossfields stuff and understand the numbers you'll realise (like Crossfield says) all the clubs are basically performing the same and so much of it comes down to the player and the quality of strike when comparing clubs.
Finch is ok from time to time, but generally not much interesting on there.
Chris Ryan has a good teaching style which i like but i dont watch much of it.
MeAndMyGolf is painfulllllll to watch. Can't stand those wombats. And a lot of their advice is flawed anyway.
A new one i've recently discovered (which might not be for everyone) is Robin Matthews-Williams who has a very different philosophy to golf coaching. But if you can entertain the ideas he preaches he is actually on to something.