Ugh. Let me get a couple of things out of my hair before I am actually nice and helpful. Golfers have no idea what the webisms st8 and probley mean. Why type probley? It's only one less letter and looks really odd. For example, if you improve your technique, you will probably hit the ball straight.
OK, on to helpful stuff. You never want to think about your release. It's called a release, not a wrist turnover. Wrist turnover sounds like some sort of cannibal dessert. And your release is predicated on proper positioning before impact. It's kind of like the dog wagging the tail, not the tail wagging the dog.
If your positioning is good through the downswing, you will naturally release the club through impact and hit a powerful shot. If not, you will not release the club naturally and your shots will be weak.
My guess is that you're actually casting the club from the top, in essence releasing way too early and when you reach the ball you have spent your energy. From the top, the first move should be to drop your right elbow straight down into your hip. That helps set the club properly to prepare for a powerful release.
There are plenty of more possibilities of course, but it's difficult to diagnose without seeing the swing. For what it's worth, if the people you've taken lessons from really don't have a clue as to why you aren't getting distance and why you tend to fade the ball, then they aren't worth the money you're paying them. After seeing a swing, those two aspects are not difficult to find the reasons why.