In a recent thread someone mentioned an "air raley". http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/65919/335385.html#POST687818
It created some confusion for me because I'd never seen an "air" raley behind the boat. It turned out that they were simply talking about a raley. Apparently contrary to what I thought the general consensus was an air trick was just a trick off the wake, whereas the term "air" meant nothing when added to the name of the trick.
Well all of a sudden I run across the term "air" in a trick list, and it is used as I thought it was supposed to be used. Meaning a trick in the flats. See the following glossary... http://www.wakeboarder.com/tricks/glossary.phtml
So what's the scoop? Any expert opinions on this? Is the glossary fulla bulla?