Indy and tail are usually good starter grabs that you can really learn to steeze out and add style to. You pretty much get a good pop off the wake and reach down towards the board while sucking up your legs a little bit. Once you get comfortable with those you can move on to other rear hand grabs like a stalefish or something. Make sure to stay away from tindys or talefishes though. They are the lazy, non-stylish grabs. Front hand grabs (Nose, mute, slob, melon, etc.) are also pretty easy, just as long as you bring your hand back to the handle.
(Message edited by brody on June 15, 2008)