Late releases to the right from grip locks are often longer than normal throws with some slip. Usual suspects for late releases grip locking are starting the arm pull before the plant step lands and not pulling close to the body.
Where you point to depends on your power and momentum and flexibility may impose some limits as well as nerve speed in any body part. The shoulders should face closer to the target and the torso almost as far and the hips almost as far as the torso. Where the body parts are depends on how fast you push with the left leg and how quick the arm pull is. I think masterbeato and Blake said that an 11.30 to 11.45 release is good where the target is at 12 o'clock.
You should not think of much at all or nothing at all in the execution of the throw. The planning and guiding should be set up before the throw. In learning a new technique you do need to concentrate on what you are changing. Many changes at a time is impossible for most. The brain is too slow.